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LINEAGE BOOK 



National Society 



Dai^ters of the American Revolution. 




■VOLTJME 3CI1. 
11001— li-y//. 

leee 
Mary JAVt Stv *'/.'.' 

ffiitorian ^j^rutr^ 



HARRISBURG. PA.: 
Press of Harrisburg Publishing Company. 

1900. 



PREFACE 



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HARRISBURG. PA.: 
Press of Harrisburo Publishing Company. 

1900. 



PREFACE 



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PREFACE. 



Thb Twelfth Volume of the Lineage Book appears with the ad- 
vent of the new century, and it contains the names and lineages of 
the members of the National Society, Daughters of the American 
Revolution, included in the Numbers from iiooi to 12000. 

If there are instances in which individual records are meagre it is 
due to the fact that the member has failed to supply the informa- 
tion in her papers deposited in this Society, or to add to them when 
earnestly solicited to do so. 

Wherever it was possible the original records have been amplified 
by the addition of lineage and of historical events, in which the an- 
cestors bore a part, thus adding value and interest to the records of 
many Revolutionary families. 

M. J. S. 



ILLUSTRATIONS 



THE NATIONAL SCXHETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Organized at Washington City October 11, 1890. 



National Board of Managfcment* 

J896- 



Frefi4ent Btunh 

Mrs. Adi,ai E. Stevenson. 

Tint Uicc-PmibeMt QcneraU 

Mrs. A1.BERT G. Brackett. 

Uke-Fretiddit ^tutm in Chanie of OrAjmixation of Chaptert. 
Mrs. Phii^ip Highborn. 

Uice-FmldMtf Qcneral. 
Mrs. Ira W. Dennison, Mrs. Wii.i.iam Dickson, 

Mrs. E. J. H11.L, Mrs. H. V. Boynton, 

Mrs. Mary Harrison McKee, Mrs. deB. Randoi^ph EHeim, 
Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry, Mrs. F. W. Dickins, 
Mrs. W11.1.1AM S. Stryker, Mrs. Francis S. Nash, 

Mrs. Robt. Stockwei.1. Hatcher, Mrs. I^evi P. Morton, 
Mrs. C1.EMENT A. Griscom, Mrs. Roberdeau Buchanan, 

Mrs. EVEI.YN F. Masury, Mrs. A. Howard Hincki^e, 

Mrs. Stephen J. Fiei.d, Mrs. Wii^wam I^indsay, 

Mrs. Mary Sawyer Foote. 
ChapUiin QcneraL 

Mrs. J. J. Bullock. 

Kecordina Kerctary Htumu 

Mrs. Charlotte Emerson Main. 

€ont$poi4liid Kerctarv Qcneral. 

Mrs. John 1,, Mitchell. 

Kegiftnirf Qcneral. 

Mrs. Mary Jane Seymour, Mrs. Albert D. Brockett . 

trcaiirer Qcneral. 
Mrs. Amos G. Draper. 
Diftorlan Qcneral. Htslttant Dittoiian Qcieral. 

Miss Elizabeth Bryant Johnston. Miss Fedora I. Wilbur. 

Snraeon Gcieral. Elbraiian Gcieral. 

Dr. Julia Cleves Harrison. Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee 



OFFICERS 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

OF THE 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Organized at Washington City October 11, 1890. 



National Board of Managfcment* 

J896- 



Frefi4ent BmnL 

Mrs. Adi^ai E. Stevenson. 

Tirtt Uke-PmibeMt ecneral. 

Mrs. A1.BERT G. Brackett. 

Uke-FmidMt Omerai in CDarae of Orftanixation of ClNM»ter$. 

Mrs. Phii^ip Highborn. 

Uke-FmidMtf deMiraL 

Mrs. Ira W. Dennison, Mrs. Wii^liam Dickson, 

Mrs. E. J. H11.L, Mrs. H. V. Boynton, 

Mrs. Mary Harrison McKee, Mrs. deB. Randoi^ph EHeim, 
Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry, Mrs. F. W. Dickins, 
Mrs. W11.1.1AM S. Stryker, Mrs. Francis S. Nash, 

Mrs. Robt. Stockwei.1* Hatcher, Mrs. I^evi P. Morton, 
Mrs. Clement A. Griscom, Mrs. Roberdeau Buchanan, 

Mrs. Evei^yn F. Masury, Mrs. A. Howard Hincki^e, 

Mrs. Stephen J. Field, Mrs. William I^indsay, 

Mrs. Mary Sawyer Foote. 
Chapuiin QcieraL 

Mrs. J. J. Bullock. 

Kecordina Kerctary etHruh 
Mrs. Charlotte Emerson Main. 

0ont$poi4iiid Kerctarv QcneraK 

Mrs. John 1,. Mitchell. 

Ke0ittrar$ QcieraU 

Mrs. Mary Jane Seymour, Mrs. Albert D. Brockett , 

trcaiirer Qcieral. 

Mrs. Amos G. Draper. 

Diftoiian 6MeraU HtiiftantDiftoiianeMenil. 

Miss Elizabeth Bryant Johnston. Miss Fedora I. Wilbur. 

SttriKon Gcieral. Elbraiian GaieniU 

Dr. Julia Cleves Harrison. Dr. Anita Newcomb McGee 



Smt Regents* 

Alabama, Mrs. James Bruce Morson. 

Arkansas, ** Wii^i^iam C. Ratci^ippe. 

California, ** Virginia Knox Maddox. 

Colorado, ** Wii^liam F. Si^ocum, Jr. 

Connecticut, ** Sara Thomson Kinney. 

Delaware, ** Elizabeth C. Churchman. 

District of Columbia, Miss Virginia Miller. 

Florida, Mrs. Daniel G. Ambler. 

Georgia, ** Sarah Berrian C.Morgan. 

Illinois, ** Samuel H. Kerpoot. 

Indiana, ** Chapin Clarke Foster. 

Iowa, ** Clara A. CooLEY. 

Indian Territory, ** Walter A. Duncan. 

Kansas, *' Mattie A. Hand. 

Kentucky, * • Henry 1,. Pope 

Louisiana, Miss Katharine L. Minor. 

Maine, Mrs. John E. Palmer. 

Maryland, " John Ritchie. 

Massachusetts, Mme. Anna von Rydingsvard. 

Michigan, Mrs. Wm. Fitzhugh Edwards. 

Minnesota, *' Reece M. Newport. 

Mississippi, ** William H. Sims. 

Missouri, Miss Ethel B. Allen. 

Montana, Mrs. Edmund A. Wasson. 

New Hampshire, '* Josiah Carpenter. 

New Jersey, ** Edward H. Wright. 

New Mexico, ** L. Br adpord Prince. 

New York, Miss Mary I. Forsyth. 

North Dakota, Mrs. Frances C. Holley. 

Ohio, ** Elroy M. Avery. 

Oklahoma, *' C assi us M. Barnes. 

Oregon, ** James B. Montgomery. 

Pennsylvania, ** Nathaniel B. Hogg. 

Rhode Island, Miss Mary Anne Greene. 

South Carolina, Mrs. Rebecca Calhoun Bacon. 

South Dakota, ....... '* Walter A. Burleigh. 

Tennessee, *' J. Harvey Mathes. 

Texas, ** James B. Clark. 

Utah, ** Clarence E. Allen. 

Vermont, ** jESSE Burdett. 

Virginia, *' William Wirt Henry. 

Washington, " Edwin G. Crabbe. 

West Virginia, '' Charles J. Faulkner. 

Wisconsin, '* James S. Peck. 

Wyoming, ** G. A. Baxter. 



l)Oiiorjiry Officm* 

Hotonirv FitiMeMt Oetcnil. 

Mrs. John W. Foster. 

Hotonirv Uice-Pit$i4e«t$ Otunh 

Elected for life. Date of election. 



Mrs. Margaret Hetzel, 1892. 
Mrs. Leland Stanford, 1893. 
Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, 1893. 
Mrs. John R. Putnam, 1893. 
Mrs. a. Leo Knott, 1894. 
Mrs. Ellen Hardin Wal- 
worth, 1894. 
Mrs. M. C. Butler, 1894. 
Miss Eugenia Washington, 

1895. 



Mrs. Joshua WiLBOUR, 1895. 
Mrs. a. Howard Clark, 1895. 
Mrs. R. Ogden Doremus, 1895. 
Mrs. Lucy Preston Beale, 

1895. 
Miss Mary Desha, 1895. 

Miss Clara Barton, 1896. 

Mrs. a. C. Geer, 1896. 

Mrs. Samuel Eliot, 1896. 



MEMBERS 

OF THE 

NATIONAL SOCIETY. 




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

Daughters of the American RevoiatioD. 



Mrs. Sarah Ellsworth Chamberun. nooi 

BoTD in Massacbiuetti. 

Wife of Philo Chamberlm. 

Descendant of Aaron Ellsworth, of XewHampshire. 

Daughter of Darid EUswonb and Maniu Linsted. his wife. 

Granddangfita' of Aaron Ellsworth and Sarah Chapman, his wile. 

Aaron Ellsworth volunteered from Sanbomton in defense 
of the stores at Bennington. He reached there in time to 
serve at the battle, and was discharged at Saratoga Septem- 
ber 20, 1777. He was bom at Brentwood, 1753, and died at 
Sanbomton, 1831. 

Miss Elizabeth Pomeroy Kirby. 11002 

Bom in Illiiioi>- 
Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott, Samuel Wolcott and 
Rev, Benjamin Pomeroy, of Connecticut. 

Danghter of Rev. WillUm Kirby and Hannah McCIute Wolcott, 

Granddanghter of Elifan Wolcott and Rachel McClintock McClure. 

Gr-granddangliter of Samnel Wolcott and J ems ha Wolcott, 
Cconsin), his wife; Rev. David McClure and Hannah Pomcrojr, bis 
wife. 

eKnUIbe Natioaal Nnmber of the Mtm- 



MEMBERS 

OF THE 

NATIONAL SOCIETY. 




THE NATIONAL SOCIETY 

Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Ars. Sarah Ellsworth Chamberlin, iiooi 

Bom in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Philo Chamberlin. 

Descendant of Aaron Ellsworth, of NewHampshirc. 

Daughter of David Ellsworth and Martha Linsted, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Ellsworth and Sarah Chapman, his wife. 

Aaron Ellsworth volunteered from Sanbornton in defense 
of the stores at Bennington. He reached there in time to 
serve at the battle, and was discharged at Saratoga Septem- 
ber 20, 1777. He was born at Brentwood, 1753, and died at 
Sanbornton, 1831. 

s Elizabeth Pomeroy Kirby. 11002 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott, Samuel Wolcott and 
Rev. Benjamin Pomeroy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter o( Rev. William Kirby and Hannah McCIure Wolcott, 
lis wife. 

Granddaughter of Elihu Wolcott and Rachel McClintock McClure, 

Gr.- granddaughter of Samuel Wolcott and Jerusha Wolcott, 
ousin), his wife; Rev. David McClure and Hannah Pomeroy, his 
fe. 



4 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

Mrs. ANNIE Louise Locke Wentworth. 11006 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Hall Wentworth. 

Descendant .of Capt. Aaron Smith, Aaron Smith, Jr., Jo- 
seph Locke, Capt. Ebenezer Newell, Josiah Ware and Daniel 

Ware, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Andrew Jackson Locke and Susan Durell Ware, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Ware and Lydia Pratt Smith, his wife; 
Jonathan Locke and Margaret Wyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Smith, Jr., and Lydia Pratt, his wife; 
Joseph Locke and Mary Butterfield, his wife; Daniel Ware and 
Abigail Newell, his wife. 

■Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Smith and Beulah Woodward, his 
wife; Ebenezer Newell and Elizabeth Wheaton, his wife; Josiah Ware 
and Dorothy Dewing, his wife. 

Aaron Smith (1730-95), was a minute man from Needham 
at the Lexington Alarm. He was captain of the First Suf- 
folk County Regiment under Col. William Mcintosh, 1776, 
and 1777 served in the Northern Department under Col. 
Benjamin Gill. 

Also No. 9615. 

Aaron Smith, Jr. (1756-1833), turned out with his father, 

1775, and served later in sea-coast defense. 

Joseph Locke (1750-1823), served at Dorchester Heights, 

1776, in Capt. William Adams' company, Thacher's regiment. 
(Ebenezer Newell (1736-98), was lieutenant at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and rose to the command of a company. 

Josiah Ware volunteered at the Lexington Alarm from 
Wrentham, under Capt. Caleb Kingsbury. He was born, 
1707, and died at Needham, 1798. 

.Daniel Ware (1755-1819), was a minute man in Capt. 
Aaron Smith's company. Col. William Heath's regiment. 

Mrs. Annie Gertrude Tower Wentworth. 11007 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George F. Wentworth. 

Descendant of Peter Tower and of Stephen Tower, of Mas- 
sachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Timothy Tower and Georgianna Patten, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of David Tower and Elsie M. Dean, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Tower and Anna Bowker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Tower and Deborah Stowell, his 
wife. 

Peter Tower, 1776, enlisted from Hingham in Capt. Job 
Cushing's company, Col. Solomon Lovell's regiment. In 
1778 he served at Boston in the Guards under Capt. Elias 
Whiton. He died at Cummington, 1814, aged eighty-six. 

Stephen Tower turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Jotham Loring's company, and served seven enlistments 
during the war. He was born at Hingham, 1755. 

Also No. 6594. 

Miss Laura Bradley Chamberlain. 11008 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Eastman, of New Hampshire ; 
Samuel Chamberlain and Gen. William Chamberlain, of 
Vermont. 

Daughter of Ezra Carter Chamberlain and Deborah Shedd,his wife. 

•Granddaughter of William Chamberlain and Jane Eastman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Eastman and Abigail Mellen, his 
wife; Samuel Chamberlain and Martha Mellen, his wife. 

Joseph Eastman, who had fought in the early wars, signed 
the Association Test at Concord. He was too old for active 
service, but his sons, Moses and John, served in the field. 

Samuel Chamberlain was one of three selectmen who ob- 
tained the signatures for the Association Test. He was a 
member of the first legislature which met at Exeter, and also 
represented Rockingham county, 1778. He was a minute 
man at various alarms. His sons, Samuel and Moses, served 
during the war. He was born at Chelsea, Mass., 1724, died 
at Peacham, Vt., 1802. 

William Chamberlain, 1775, enlisted at the age of nineteen 

and served in the Canadian campaign. He was at the battle 

of Trenton, where only nine of the company survived. He 

was at Bennington, took the place of officers who fell in the 

battle and picked up on the battlefield an orderly book which 

contained the plan of campaign of the enemy. He was born 

at Hopkinton, Mass., 1755, and died at Peacham, Vt., 1828. 
Also No. 1 139. 



6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs Kate Stearns Page. 11009 

Bom in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Loms Cones Page. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Chorchill, of Massachusetts. 

Danghter of James Pierce Steams and Elizabeth Sb^w Bramhall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bramhall and Betsey Shaw, his wife. 

Gr.-granddanghter of Sonthworth Shaw and Maria Chnrchill, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stei^en Chnrchill and Lncy Bnrhank, 
his wife. 

Stephen Churchill served as lieutenant at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Sylvanus Harlon's company. In 1778 he was 
commissioned captain of Sea-coast Guards of the Pl3rmouth 
county regiment, and, 1781, served under Col. Theophilus 
Cotton. He was bom at Plymouth, 1743. 

Also No. 9537. 

Miss Helen Shaw Stearns, iioio 

Bom in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Churchill. 

Daughter of James Pierce Steams and Elizabeth Shaw Bramhall, 
his wife. 
See No. 11009. 

Mrs. Anna Mason Sise. uoii 

Bom in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Lyman Sise. 
Descendant of Col. David Mason, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Archibald Campbell Fowler and Elizabeth Hastings 
Hatch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bryant Hatch and Harriet E. Hastings, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Solomon Hatch and Hannah Mason Bryant, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Bryant and Hannah Mason, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of David Mason and Hannah Symmes, 
his wife. 

David Mason served in the Artillery until detailed to estab- 
lish a depot of military supplies at Springfield. He then 



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served as Deputy Commissary General of military stores, 
1779-80, when he retired from active duty. He was born at 
Boston, 1727, and died there, 1794. 
Also Nos. 1053, 4779, 6802. 

Mrs. Gertrude Ware Tufts. 11012 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Leonard Tufts. 

Descendant of Rev. Jonas Clark, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert F. Sise and Edith Ware, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ware and Helen Lincoln, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ware and Mary Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Clark and Lucy Bowes, his wife. 

Jonas Clark, 1775, was the patriot pastor at Lexington, and 
it was at his parsonage that Paul Revere found Hancock and 
Adams, who were friends and co-workers in the cause of 
liberty. The yeomen met the enemy near his home, and the 
wounded were cared for by the family. On the first anniver- 
sary he preached a sermon in memory of the historic events, 
which is now consulted as authority. He was born at New- 
ton, 1730, and died at Lexington, 1805. 

Also Nos. 1 140, 2167, 5776, 6856. 

Miss Georgia Katrine Earl. hoi 3 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Jesse Fuller, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John S. Earl and Julia L. Fuller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jesse Fuller, Jr., and Sally Billings, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Fuller and Lydia Miller, his wife. 

Jesse Fuller, 1776, was a private in Capt. Sylvanus Martin's 
company from Rehoboth, at the Bristol Alarm, and served 
under Stark at the battle of Bennington. He died at Woon- 
socket, R. L, 1832, aged eighty. 

Mrs. Harriet Walton Dunbar, 11014 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of James R. Dunbar. 

Descendant of Jacob Lincoln, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George A. Walton and Electa N. Lincoln, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Martin Lincoln and Susan White Freeman, his 
wife. 



S QAUGHTERS OF THE AMEHICAX HEVOLUTIQN'. 



t>r ^4p- n:>w t ri ^t tg hT w af Jacofa Ltrwoln and CMoc T.inmln^ his -wife. 

JacQh r ^TTTTilTT. 1777. at t±De age of srxtefirt mlisttHf firaiit 
Cohasser tmder Capt. Silas Wilde. In 1778 lie ttrnred out 
it Che Rhode L^and alanns in Capt. Joseph Baxters com- 
pxnr. CoL Mclnmsh's regrment. He was a peiaaner when 
oe viied jt Lancaster. rSgo. 

Mrs. Bjbcta N^ Lincoln Walton. rror^ 

D«sc23dantv2£ Jacob Lincoin. 

Qaao^hter .^f 3d Qmin Linccziit asd Sossxt WMce FrccnzL bis wxce. 

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Mrs. Mary E Mudge Sprague. 11018 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George H. Sprague. 

Descendant of Joseph Mudge and of Joseph Mudge, Jr. 
Daughter of John Green Mudge and Eliza Wetherell, his wife. 
See No. 11017. 

Mrs. Maria Walter Gould Hyde, no 19 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of John W. Hyde. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Gould, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Sullivan Gould and Annie Emelia Swartwout, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phineas Gould and Betsey Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Gould and Mary Lovejoy, his wife. 

James Gould, 1775, was sergeant-major in Capt. Timothy 
Bedel's company of Rangers. He served, 1776, as lieutenant 
in Capt. John House's company and was at the battles of 
Stillwater and Bemis Heights, where he was wounded. Unfit 
for further service he was placed on the invalid pension roll. 
He died at Hanover, 1822, aged seventy-nine. 

Mrs. Annie Emelia Gould Prince. 11020 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of John Prince. 
Descendant of Lieut. James Gould. 

Daughter of John Sullivan Gould and Annie Emelia Swartwout, 
his wife. 
See No. 11019. 

Mrs. Carrie Prince Cushman. 11021 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank Cushman. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Gould. 

Daughter of John Prince and Annie Emelia Gould, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Sullivan Gould and Annie Emelia Swart- 
wout, his wife. 
See No. 11019. 

Mrs. Abby Rogers Wait Hill. i 1022 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Rowland Hill. 
Descendant of Col. Abram Dodge, of Massachusetts. 



lO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of John Hale Wait and Mary Elisabeth Dresser, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Wait and Rebecca Appleton Dodge, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Abram Dodge and Bethiah Patch Staniford, 
his wife. 

Abram Dodge (1740-86) entered the army as lieutenant and 
commanded a company under Col. Moses Little at the siege 
of Boston. He served with distinction throughout the war. 
He was born and died at Ipswich. 

Mrs. OcTAViA Bloomer Pearl. iio2j 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Joshua R. Pearl. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Green, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William T. Bloomer and Amelia Fay Green, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Green and Elizabeth Sweetser, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Sweetser and Elizabeth Green, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Green and Joanna Hadley, his 
wife. 

William Green served in the Middlesex county militia in 
Capt. Nathaniel Cowdry's company, Col. Jonathan Fox's 
regiment. He died at Stoneham, 1803, aged sixty-eight. 

Mrs. Abby Haines Dimick. 11024 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Charles Waldo Dimick. 

Descendant of Samuel Haines, of Maine. 

Daughter of Philemon M. Haines and Jane Harmon Parcher, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Haines, Jr., and Lydia McKenney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Haines and Hannah Seavey, his wife. 

Samuel Haines, 1778, served as a private in Capt. Jonathan 
Andrews' Scarborough company. Col. Reuben Fogg^s Third 
Cumberland County Regiment. He died at Scarborough, 
1821, aged eighty-one. 

Mrs. Mary J. Haines Cilley. 1102J 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Dr. Orran G. Cilley. 



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Descendant of Samuel Haines. 

Daughter of Philemon M. Haines and Jane Harmon Parcher, his 
wife. 
See No. 11024. 

Mrs, Mary Bagley Carey. 11026 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry G. Carey. 

Descendant of Robert Fowler, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederick. Bagley and Betsey Fowler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Fowler and Betsey Morrill, his wife. 

Robert Fowler, 1776, at the age of sixteen enlisted in the 
army. He was captured at Ticonderoga but escaped and re- 
turned to service. He was a pensioner when he died at 
SaHsbury, 1842. 

Mrs. Emma Oilman Gate Carpenter. 11027 

Born in New Hampshire, 
Wife of George A. Carpenter. 
Descendant of Capt. Greenleaf Clark and of Neal Gate, of 

New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Gilman Gate and Anne Augusta Clark, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Moody Clark and Sarah Plummer Hayes, 
his wife; Daniel Cate and Mary Willey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Clark and Comfort Johnson Weeks, 
his wife; Neal Cate and Jane Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Greenleaf Clark and Mary Moody, his 
wife. 

Greenleaf Clark commanded a company of militia at the 
siege of Boston. He died, 1776, aged forty. 

Neal Cate, 1779, volunteered from Deerfield for the defense 
of Rhode Island under Col. John McClary. 

Mrs. Martha Barrett Bolles- 11028 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Palmer Bolles. 

Descendant of Deacon John Barrett and of Judge Samuel 
Barrett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Russell Sumner and Anna Alleyne Chicker- 
ing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Sumner and Martha Saunders Barrett, 
his wife. 



12 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Barrett and Elizabeth Salisbury, his 
wife. 
Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Barrett and Sarah Gerrish, his wife. 

John Barrett was a wealthy merchant who g^ve liberally of 
his means and redeemed with gold the paper money paid to 
the troops. He suffered the confiscation of his property on 
account of his love of liberty. He was born at Boston, 1708, 
and died there, 1786. 

Samuel Barrett, 1774, was a member of the Committee of 
Inspection, and 1776, chairman to draft a petition to the 
General Court. In 1779 he served as secretary of the Con- 
stitutional Convention. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bellamy Bailey. 11029 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Henry Bailey. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Bellamy, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Haley Bellamy and Fanny Fernald Keen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Bellamy, Jr., and Tamesin Haley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bellamy and Mary Burnham, his wife. 

John Bellamy, 1777, served in Capt. Samuel Grant's com- 
pany, Col. Jonathan Titcomb's regiment, at the Rhode Island 
Alarm. He died at Kittery, Maine, 1810, aged seventy-six. 

Also No. 91 12. 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Arnold, 11030 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Dr. George Jerome Arnold. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Loker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Bullard and Harriet Loker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Loker, Jr., and Elizabeth Cutting, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Loker and Nancy Brintnell, his wife. 

Isaac Loker commanded a troop of Horse under Col. James 
Barrett when the Sudbury minute men met the enemy at 
Concord. He died at Wayland, 1823, aged seventy-nine. 

Miss Harriet Augusta Bullard. 11031 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Loker. 

Daughter of Joseph Bullard and Harriet Loker, his wife. 

See No. 11030. 



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Mrs. Jennie Augusta Milton Thompson. i 1032 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Samuel F. Thompson. 

Descendant of Bryant Newcomb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Turner Milton and Lucy Faxon Hardwick, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel V. Hardwick and Jane Mead Newcomb, 
his w^ife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Newcomb and Sarah Mead, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bryant Newcomb and Jane Glover, his 
wife. 

Bryant Newcomb, 1775, at fourteen, enlisted from Brain- 
tree in Capt. Seth Turner's independent company. He served 
as matross, 1777-80, under Capt. Amos Lincoln, Col. Paul 
Revere's artillery. He died at Quincy, 1848. 

Miss Helen Waterman Tinkham, 11033 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Spencer Tinkham and Sarah Lincoln, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Theodore Lincoln and Hannah Mayhew, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lincoln and Mary Gushing, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Lincoln had served in the Provincial Congress 
and in the militia when he was appointed to organize and 
train the Massachusetts troops. He was major general Con- 
tinental Line at Saratoga and received the thanks of Con- 
gress. He was lamed for life in the Burgoyne campaign and 
forced to retire for a year. He was in command at Charles- 
ton when obliged to capitulate. When exchanged he served 
at Yorktown and at the surrender was appointed by Wash- 
ington to receive the sword of Cornwallis. He served as 
Secretary of War and became president of the Cincinnati. 
He was born at Hingham, 1733, and died there, 1810. 

Also Nos. 2155, 4753, 5130, 10513. 

Miss Rosamond Porter. 11034 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Elisha Morse, of Massachusetts. 



14 DAUGHT^S OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Charles Burnham Porter and Harriett Anne Allen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Parker Allen and Harriet Jane Morse, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Morse and Keziah Richardson, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Morse and Abigail Holmes, his 
wife. 

Elisha Morse turned out from Stoughton in Capt. Israel 

Smith's company at the Lexington Alarm. He enlisted in 
1777 for three years and served under different commands. 
He was born at Foxborough, 1760, and died there, 1839. 
Also Nos. 724, 9083. 

Miss Elizabeth Dexter Bennett, no^j 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of John Keith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Stephen Dexter Bennett and Helen Frances Howe, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert Howe and Caroline Keith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Keith and Sarah Champney, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Keith and Azubah Thayer, his wife. 

John Keith was a minute man from Natick at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He also served in Capt. Joseph Morse's com- 
pany, Col. John Patterson's regiment. He died at West 
Roxbury, 1833, aged seventy-seven and is buried at Thomp- 
son, Conn. 

Also No. 10517. 

Miss Madeleine Gould Highborn. 11036 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Thomas Hichborn, Robert Hichborn and 
Solomon Gould, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Gould Hichborn and Almedia Rand Hopkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philip Hichborn, Jr., and Martha Gould, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Philip Hichborn and Betsey Hopkins, his 
wife; Solomon Gould. Jr., and Betsey Proctor, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Robert Hichborn and Susannah Ellen- 
wood, his wife; Solomon Gould and Mehitable Perkins, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hichborn and Isannah 
Fadree, his wife. 
Thomas Hichborn was a member of the Boston Committee 

of Correspondence and Safety. 

Robert Hichborn served as guard of the tea ships. He 
was born at Boston, 1740, and died at Stockton, Maine, 1800. 

Solomon Gould was a minute man from Boxford at the 
Lexington Alarm in Capt. Jacob Gould's company. Col. 
Samuel Johnson's regiment. He was born at Middleton, 

1738. 
Also Nos. 5862, 9975, loooo. 



Mrs. Annie Frances Barney Henry. 11037 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of James W. Henry. 

Descendant of Lieut. Christopher Barney, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Elbridge Gerry Barney and Patience Adaline Wordell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Barney and Elizabeth Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Barney and Experience Smith, 
his wife. 

Christopher Barney, 1776, enlisted as sergeant under Capt. 
Peleg Peck, Col. Thomas Carpenter's Bristol county regi- 
ment. In 1778 he was lieutenant of the same company. His 
brothers Josiah, Israel and Jonathan also served in the army. 
He was born at Rehoboth, 1739, and died there, 1823. 

Miss Mary Louisa Holmes. 11038 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Abraham Holmes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Jarvis Holmes and Mary Anna Remington, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles J. Holmes and Louisa Haskell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Holmes and Bethiah Nye, his wife. 

Abraham Holmes, 1778, served as sergeant in Capt. Barna- 
bas Doty's company. Col. Ebenezer Sproat's regiment. He 
was born at Rochester, 1754, and died there, 1839. 



1 6 DAUGHT^S OF mZ AMERICAN RBVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Grace H. Backus Rose. 11039 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. Henry T. Rose. 

Descendant of Elisha Backus, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maucer Merriam Backus and Harriet C. Wilber, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Backus, Jr., and Amanda Merriam, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Elisha Backus and Betsy Johnson, his wife. 

Elisha Backus was a volunteer from Canterbury at the Lex- 
ington Alarm. In 1776 he served in the New York campaign 
in Backus's regiment of Light Horse. He died at Manlius, 
N. Y., 1801, aged forty-nine. His brother Timothy com- 
manded a company. 

Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Allen Howe. 11040 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Ephraim D. Howe. 

Descendant of Simeon Allen, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Allen and Hannah Forbes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abner Allen and Lucy Sargeant, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Simeon Allen and Candace Howe, his wife. 

Simeon Allen was a minute man in Capt. Nathan Alden's 
company and turned out at various alarms. He was born at 
Sutton, 1750, and died at Princeton, 1805. 

M/SS MARY STEBBINS COOLEY. 11041 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Roger Cooley and of Roger Cooley, 
Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Roger Cooley, Jr., and Electa Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roger Cooley and Mary Stebbins, his wife. 

Roger Cooley, 1776, served as lieutenant in Col. John 
Moseley's regiment of Infantry at White Plains. He was 
born at West Springfield, 1719, and died there, 1802. 

Roger Cooley, Jr., enlisted as a soldier when a youth and 
was on duty at West Point when Andre was executed. He 
died, 1843, aged eighty-three. 



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MRS. CLARA B. HARWOOD WALKER. 11042 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of Lewis Emory Walker. 
Descendant of Maj. Peter Harwood and of Peter Harwood, 

Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Peter Harwood, Jr., and Elizabeth Airmet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Harwood and Phebe Prouty, his wife. 

Peter Harwood commanded a company at Bunker Hill and 
was captured at White Plains while defending a bridge which 
he was ordered to abandon. In the court martial his action 
was justified. He was promoted to major, 1778, and was 
officer of the day at the execution of Andre. He was born at 
Littleton, Mass., 1740, and died in Delaware, 1805. 

Peter Harwood, Jr., served with his father. He died at 
Spencer, 1836, aged seventy-one. 

Also Nos. 4796, 6820. 

Mrs* Sarah Chaffee Wheeler. 11043 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Jonathan W. Wheeler. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Knowlton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Miner Chaffee and Lucy Frary, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Chaflfee and Abigail Knowlton, his wife. 

iGr. -granddaughter of Thomas Knowlton and Anna Keyes, his wife. 

Thomas Knowlton commanded a company at Bunker Hill 
and assisted in covering the retreat after the fall of the re- 
doubt. During that summer the company acted as body- 
guard to Washington. He was at the battle of Long Island, 
led his regiment at Harlem Plains and there lost his life. He 
was born at West Boxford, Mass., 1740, and in the capitol 

grounds at Hartford stands a monument to his memory. 
Also Nos. 190, 9014. 

Miss Margaret Walker. 11044 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Walker, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Samuel Walker and Mary Burt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Silas Walker and Dimmis Sexton, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of James Walker and Esther Shumway, his 
wife. 

(2) 



J^ X>At5^STER5 OF THE AJOXICAy XrvOlATnCOK. 

Jaanes Walker vas a nmmie -nrwrn 21 the Ijenngtan Alarm 
in Capt- John Ccr«-leB* carcgsmr. In 1776 ite serred as Hcu- 
tenant trader Czjil. Jdb^Ii Hoc^er and 1777 in CdL Hfislia 
Porter'^ regtmenL He -iras bam 21 Weston, 1732, aaid died 
at Beldaertonim, 1806- 

Mi^ Mary White Howard. i mhj 

Bom is Hainc. 

Wi5« of J23m$s £.oBcoe HoTrard. 

Descendant of James Milk MitdbdL of Uainc. 

Daia^iiteT of Caleb Mziciiein and Sai^li CanxulL, Ms viie. 

Gra2iddaxig3it«' 02 Je£&e lAiidiell and Salhr Bjokmaca^ las wife 

Gr.-grasddaiJs^er of James ICilk ItfEtciiell znd Hope Jjombard, 
Im irife. 

Janaes Mills i^IitdielL 1778, enlisted in Capt. JiAn Lamont's 
company, CoL Gamaliel Biadiord's regrmcnt. He was bom 
at Georgetown. Maine, 1759, ^Lnd nas a pcnaoncr when he 
died at West Bath, 1853. 

Mrs Harriet C Pendleton Hahn. 11046 

Eom in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Rev. Benjamin D. Hahn. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathan Pendleton and of lieut. CoL 
James Babcock, of Rhode Island; SergL Jesse York and An- 
drew Chapman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Enoch Bmrows Pendleton and Maxy £. Chapman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. Nathan Pendleton, Jr., and Phcbe Cole, 
his wife; Andrew Chapman, Jr., and Wealthy Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.'granddaughter of Nathan Pendleton and Amelia Bahcock, 
his wife; Andrew Chapman and Anna York, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse York and Anna Breed, his wife; 
James Babcock and Sarah Stanton, his wife. 

Nathan Pendleton served in the Artiller}' and was ensign in 
Capt. Oliver Lewis' company. His record as an expert 
marksman is full of interest. He was bom at Westerly, 1754, 
and died at Norwich, N. Y., 1841. 

James Babcock (1734-81) served in the Army of Observa- 
tion and in the General Assembly from Westerly. 

Jesse York, 1776, served in the New York campaign. He 
born at Stonington, 1740, and died there, 1808. 



WN^AG^ BOOK. 19 



Andrew Chapman (1754-1827) was at the siege of Boston 
and the surrender of Burgoyne. He assisted in building the 
defense at Fort Trumbull. 

Also Nos. 4761, 6635^ 7045, 8964 

Mrs. Ellen House Thayer. 11047 

Born in Massachusetts. 
•Wife of Samuel E. Thayer. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Knowlton, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel House and Clarissa Root, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gershom House and Mary Utley, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Utley and Sally Knowlton, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Knowlton and Anna Keyes» his 
wife. 
See No. 11043. 

Mrs. Mary Patten Allen Haskell. 11048 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Dexter Haskell. 
Descendant of Moses Allen, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Horace B. Allen and Mary Ann Bancroft, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Allen and Mary Patten, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Allen and Betsy Rich, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Allen and Mary Adams, his wife. 

Moses Allen, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. John 
Mills' company. When his term had expired he served in 
the Levies. He was born at Enfield, 1746, and died there, 
1826. 

Also No. 10883. 

Mrs. Mary Shepard Loomis. 11049 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Frank N. Loomis. 

Descendant of Gen. William Shepard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Shepard and Sarah Cooper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warham Shepard and Jerusha Eastman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Shepard and Sarah Dewey, his wife. 

William Shepard who had served in the early wars, com- 
manded a regiment at Long Island where he was wounded. 
He was at Trenton, Princeton, in the Burgoyne campaign, at 
Monmouth and fought in many battles to the close of the 
war. He was born at Westfield, 1737, and died there, 1817. 



20 DAUGHTERS OF TH:^ AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Julia Emeline Bemis Sturtevant. no^^o 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Warner Fawcett Sturtevant. 
Descendant of Capt. Amos Skeele, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Stephen Chapin Bemis and Julia Emeline Skeele, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Otis Skeele and Keziah Chapin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Skeele and Mercy Otis, his wife. 

Amos Skeele, 1775, enlisted in Webb's regiment, served at 
the siege of Boston and was at the battle of White Plains. 
He volunteered for the defense of Danbury and was there 
severely wounded. He was born at Southbridge, 1750, and 
died at Springfield, 1843. 

Also Nos. 1976, 3416. 

Mrs. Minnie Abbie Sturtevant Smith. no^ji 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of James Beebe Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Skeele. 

Daughter of Warner Fawcett Sturtevant and Julia Emeline Bemis, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Chapin Bemis and Julia Emeline 
Skeele, his wife. 

See No. 11050. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Read Heywood. 11052 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Silas Nelson Hfeywood. 

Descendant of Samuel Buttrick, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Zaccheus Read and Mary Heywood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Heywood and Beulah Buttrick, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Buttrick, Jr., and Lucy Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Samuel Buttrick, Jr., was in the Concord fight with his 
brothers Jonathan, Joseph and John who took the command. 
He served at Ticonderoga in 1776. He was born at Con- 
cord, 1718, and died there, 1814. 

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Heywood Hovey. uoj^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Albert Henry Hovey. 
Descendant of Samuel Buttrick, Jr. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 21 



Daughter of Silas Nelson Heywood and Mary Elizabeth Read, 
his wife. 
•Granddaughter of Zaccheus Read and Mary Heywood, his wife. 
See No. 11052. 

Miss DoRRiT Van Der Kar. i 105^4 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Hon. Roger Sherman and of Col. David 
Moseley, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Theodore Van Der Kar and Caroline Adele Fish, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Van Der Kar and Caroline Phelps, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Leicester Phelps and Evelina Chapin, his 
wife. 

•Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver L. Phelps and Betsey Law Sher- 
man, his wife; Capt. Henry Chapin and Cynthia Moseley, his wife. 

'Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Moseley and Lydia Gay, his 
wife; and of William Sherman. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roger Sherman and Elizabeth 
Hartwell, his wife. 

Roger Sherman (1721-1793) was a signer of the Declaration 
of Independence from Connecticut. 

Also Nos. 602, 891, 4868, 6755, 821 1. 

David Moseley served as captain and colonel in the war. 

Mrs. Ella Sophia Brigham Brown, uo^^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of LeRoy W. Brown. 

Descendant of Sergt. Henry Brigham and of Lieut. William 
Muzzy, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Orlando Sibley Brigham and Lucy Allen Rice, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Brigham and Martha Gates, his wife; 
William Rice and Rebecca Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Brigham and Anna Phillips, his wife; 
Edmond Rice and Abigail Muzzy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Muzzy and Mary Clapp, his wife. 

William Muzzy (1733-1830) was a minute man from Hub- 
bardston in Capt. William Morean's company, 1775, and 1776 
was appointed lieutenant. He served under different com- 
mands during the war. 



22 DAUGHT^S OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Henry Brigham (1752-1829) turned out from Marlborough 

in Capt. William Brigham's company, Col. Jonathan Ward's 

regiment. He served as sergeant under Capt. Silas Gates. 
Also No. 4766. 

Mrs. Georgiana Wells Doten. iioj6 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick B. Doten. 

Descendant of Lieut. Seth Rice, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jerome Wells and Louise C. Rice, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Rice and Lois Munroe, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Seth Rice and Rachel Coolidge, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Seth Rice, who was a minute 
man from Northboro at the Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he 
served as lieutenant in Capt. Timothy Brigham's company, 
Worcester county regiment. He turned out at various 
alarms during the war. He died at Northboro, 181 5, aged 
seventy-eight. 

Miss Josephine Amblairde Smith. 11057 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Azor Phelps, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John McKenzie Smith and Adalaide Gabrielle Phelps, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Phelps and Frances Antoinette Am- 
blairde, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Azor Phelps and Mary Tenny, his wife. 

Azor Phelps, 1780, served as a private at West Point in 
Capt. Benjamin Alton's company, Col. Rand's regiment. He 
died at Shrewsbury, 1837, aged seventy-six. 

Mrs. Lydia Ludington Treadwell, lion's 

Born in New York. 

Widow of George B. Treadwell. 

Descendant of Corp. Gideon Jones, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac Ludington and Eunice Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gideon Jones and Lydia Wolcott, his wife. 

Gideon Jones turned out at the Lexington Alarm and then 
enlisted in Capt. Enoch Chapin's company. Col. Timothy 
Danielson's regiment. In 1777 he reenlisted and 1780 served 



UNEAGE BOOK. 23 



as corporal in the Continental Line. He died at West Spring- 
field, 1824, aged seventy. 

Mrs. Electa Miller Stone, 11059 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Joseph Stone. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Miller and of Joseph Miller, Jr., 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Col. John Miller and Lucinda Barton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Miller, Jr., and Mary Wilder, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Miller and Catherine Ferry, his wife. 

Joseph Miller was the first delegate appointed by the town 
of Ludlow to the Provincial Congress. His sons Joseph, 
Aaron, Leonard and George enlisted in the army. Joseph 
Miller, Jr., was born at Ludlow, 1756, and died there 1829. 

Mrs. Harriet Jencks Ingersoll Ripley. 11060 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Phelps Huntington Ripley. 

Descendant of John Ingersoll, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Maj. Edward Ingersoll, U. S. A. and Harriet Jencks 
Child, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Ingersoll, Jr., and Elizabeth Martin, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John Ingersoll and Margaret Moseley, his 
wife. 

John Ingersoll, 1778, was chosen to serve on a committee 
"to remonstrate to the General Court of the nakedness of the 
army and of the necessity of its being supplied with clothing 
and other necessaries, immediately." He was born at West- 
field, 1 73 1, and died there, 1792. 

MiSS AGNES SMITH ELLISON. I1061 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. William Hickling, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Ellison and Ella Persis Stetson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Ellison and Mary Smith Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Ellison and Charlotte Hickling, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hickling, Jr., and Elizabeth 
Hodson, his wife. 



24 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



/Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hickling and Sarah Sale, his 
wife. 

William Hickling, 1777, enlisted as paymaster under Col. 
Ichabod Alden. He was with the Sixth Regiment on guard 
at Fort Alden at the Cherry Valley massacre in 1778. It is 
said he was chief engineer in building the fort and aided in 
saving it after Col. Alden's death. He was born at Boston, 
1742, and died there, 1790. 

Miss Fannie Chapin Ferry. 11062 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Maj. Richard Montague, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Spencer Ferry and Sophia Gunn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Apollos Gunn and Lucy Kinsley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gunn and Hannah Montague, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Richard Montague and Lucy Cooley, his 
wife. 

Richard Montague was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm and with Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga. He was at 
Bunker Hill, was with the army at Cambridge when Wash- 
ington took command and was promoted by the General to 
the rank of major. He was born at Sunderland, 1729, and 

died at North Leverett, 1794. 
Also Nos. 2789, 8289. 

Mrs. Sarah L Potter Dunning. iio6^ 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of James G. Dunning. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Potter, of Maine. 

Daughter of William Potter and Pamelia Gilmore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Potter and Mary Pattee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Potter and Sarah Snipe, his wife. 

John Potter, 1778, served as lieutenant in Capt. John 
White's company, Col. Samuel McCobb's regiment. He was 
born at Topsham, 1736, and died at Georgetown, 1792. 

Mrs. Clara Smith Wallace, 11064 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William Wallace. 
Descendant of Capt. Moses Montague, of Massachusetts. 



i 



UNEAGE BOOK. 25 



Daughter of George Smith and Lois A. Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Simon Smith and Anna Bush, his wile. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jared Smith and Irene Montague, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Montague and Sarah Graves, his 
wife. 

Moses Montague was captain of a company at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He served in the Second Hampshire County 
Regiment commanded by Col. Israel Chapin, and in the 
Fourth under Col. Elisha Porter. He was born at South 
Hadley, 1724, and died there, 1792. 

Also No. 5936. 

Mrs. Josephine Eliza Hamilton Stone. iio6j 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charfes Allen Stone. 

Descendant of Dr. Asa Hamilton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Theodore Erskine Hamilton and Susan Louisa 
Chapin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Erasmus Erskine Hamilton and Ursula 
Emeline Kibbe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Horatio Arnold Hamilton and Elizabeth 
Bemet, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Hamilton and Rebecca Hamilton, 
his wife. 

Asa Hamilton, 1776, served at Dorchester camp in Capt. 
Barnabas Sear's company. He was surgeon's mate in Col. 
Nathaniel Wade's regiment in the Rhode Island campaign of 
1778. He was born at Brookfield, Mass., 1758, and died at 
Somers, Conn., 1801. 

Miss Helen Josephine Hamilton. 11066 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Dr. Asa Hamilton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Horatio Asa Hamilton and Sarah Josephine Champin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Erasmus Erskine Hamilton and Ursula 
Emeline Kibbe, his wife. 

See No. 11065. 

Mrs. Grace Champin Hamilton Bleloch. 11067 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William A. Bleloch. 
Descendant of Dr. Asa Hamilton. 



26 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Horatio Asa Hamilton and Sarah Josephine Champin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Erasmus Erskine Hamilton and Ursula 
Emeline Kibbe, his wife. 

See No. 11065. 

Miss Effie May Wilcox. 11068 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Reuben Olds, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of J. Hiler Wilcox and Josephine Maria Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Charles Allen and Martha Louise 
Badger, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Hatch Badger and Experience 
Paulina Olds, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Olds and Azubah Walker, his 
wife. 

Reuben Olds, 1776, served at the siege of Boston in Capt. 
Barnabas Sear's company. In 1778 he enlisted from Brook- 
field under Capt. John Cutler, Col. Nathaniel Wade's regi- 
ment for service in Rhode Island. 

Miss Alice Henrietta Ankeny. 11069 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of Samuel Craft and of Moses Craft, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Howard Ankeny and Carrie Strickland, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Henry Strickland and Martha Jane Otis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvester Strickland and Mary Craft, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Craft and Hadessa Mills, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Craft and Rebecca Parker, 
his wife. 

Samuel Craft served as a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm. He held many offices of trust at Newton. 

Moses Craft turned out in Capt. John Marean's company 
which marched on the alarm from Newton. He served at 
the siege of Boston under Capt. Phineas Cook, Col. William 
Bond's regiment, and at Ticonderoga under Capt. John Kirk- 
land. He died at Jay, Maine, 1812, aged fifty-eight. 

Also Nos. 8723, 9268, 10430. 



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i^ineage: book. 27 



Mrs. Catharine Lowes Jones. i 1070 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John W. Jones. 

Descendant of Lieut. James Lowes, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of James Lowes and Martha Jane Elliott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Lowes and Catherine Andrew, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Lowes and Jane Andrew, his wife. 

James Lowes, who was born in Ireland, served as ensign in 
the Infantry regiment commanded by Col. Thomas Craig in 
1777. He was promoted to lieutenant, 1782, and his commis- 
sion was signed by Washington. His diary is still in the 
family. He died, 1810, aged fifty-seven. 

Mrs. Martha A. Tuttle Lowe. 11071 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Richard Harrison Lowe. 

Descendant of Joseph Tuttle and of Josiah Tuttle, of Con- 
necticut. 
Daughter of John Tuttle and Martha A. Taylor, his wil^;. 
Granddaughter of Josiah Tuttle and Eveely Gates, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Tuttle and Mary Granger, his wife. 

Joseph Tuttle gave coast guard service at Forts Hale and 
Wooster. He and his family boiled sea water to make salt 
for the soldiers and often the fires did not go out for months. 
He was captured and his property burned when Tryon at- 
tacked New Haven. 

Josiah Tuttle, 1779, at sixteen, served as a matross in Capt. 
Phineas Bradley's company and was captured at New Haven. 
He was released from the prison ship to serve as waiter, but 
made his escape and reenlisted in the same company of Artil- 
lery Guards. He was taken prisoner when Fort Hale was 
surprised, April 18, 1781. He died at Le Roy, N. Y., 1833. 

Also No. 5397. 

Mrs. Katherine Hooker Skinner. 11072 

Born in Maryland. 
Wife of W. D. Skinner. 

Descendant of Thomas Hart Hooker, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Edmund Foster Mills Hooker and Sarah Pengree, his 
wife. 



28 DAUGHT^S OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hart Hooker, Jr., and Betsey Mills, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hart Hooker and Sarah Whitman, 
his wife. 

Thomas Hart Hooker, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Ezekiel 
Scott's company, Col. Joseph Spencer's regiment. He aided 
to outfit the company, provide for their families and freed 
his slaves before marching to the relief of Boston. He was 
unaccustomed to hardships and succumbed to camp fever at 
Roxbury, November 26, 1775, and his body was never recov- 
ered. He was born at Farmington, 1745. 

Mrs. Helen Dunlap Davis. 11073 

Born in Iowa. 

Widow of Francis Newcomb Davis. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Van Der Burgh, of New York. 

Daughter of John S. Dunlap and Mary Frances Sullivan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge George Rogers Clark Sullivan and Helen 
Van Der Burgh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Van Der Burgh and Marie Frances 
Connoyer, his wife. 

Henry Van Der Burgh, 1776, at sixteen, was appointed lieu- 
tenant of Col. Lewis Dubois* regiment, and his commission 
was signed by John Jay. He was promoted captain 1778, 
served with distinction to the close of the war, and was an 
original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. He was 
judge of the territory of Indiana when he died at Vincennes 
1 812, and was buried with military and Masonic honors at 
"Bellevue," his country home. 

Mrs. Frances Frisbie Shepard Jones. i 1074 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Arthur Hope Jones. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Shepard, Capt. Daniel 
Drake, Eli Hoskins, William Frisbie, Thomas Davison and 
Samuel Boynton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Hoskins Shepard and Frances Frisbie, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Elias Willard Frisbie and Sophronia Boyn- 
ton, his wife; Samuel Shepard and Phebe Hoskins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. William Frisbie Jr., and Elizabeth Davi- 



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son, his wife; Judge Jonathan Boynton and Elizabeth Smith, his 
wife; Ebenezer Shepard, Jr., and Sarah Burpee, his wife; EH Hos- 
kins and Rhoda Drake, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Frisbie and Sarah Campbell, 
his wife; Deacon Thomas Davison and Anna Wright, his wife; 
Samuel Boynton and Elizabeth Robinson, his wife; Ebenezer 
Shepard and Jane McCordy, his wife; Daniel Drake and Lois Reed, 
his wife. 

Ebenezer Shepard, 1775, was lieutenant in Capt. Aaron 
Fuller's company and 1780 served in the Suffolk county regi- 
ment. He was born in Berkshire county, 1741, and died at 
New London, N. H., 1811. 

Daniel Drake, 1781, commanded a company in Col. Luke 
Drury's Bristol county regiment. He died at Grafton, N. H., 
1810, aged sixty-seven. 

Also Nos. 5755, 8547, 10150. 

Eli Hoskins, 1776-80, served several enlistments under dif- 
ferent commands. He was born at Taunton, Mass., 1759, 
and died at Lyman, N. H., 1845. 

William Frisbie was a soldier in Capt. John Thompson's 
company, Albany county militia. He was born in Connecti- 
cut, 1737, and died at Middleton, Vt., 1813. 

Thomas Davison served two enlistments. He was born in 
Ireland, 1727, and died at Peterborough, N. H., 1813. 

Samuel Boynton, 1775, was a private in Capt. Thomas Wil- 
liam's company of minute men, under Col. John Patterson. 

Mrs. Genevieve Davis Stevens. hoj^ 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of George Jerome Stevens. 

Descendant of Capt. Henry Van Der Burgh, of New York ; 
Capt. Nathaniel Cushman, Nathaniel Cushman and Nathaniel 
Cushman, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Francis Newcomb Davis and Helen Dunlap, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John S. Dunlap and Mary Frances Sullivan, 
his wife; Horatio H. Davis and Clarissa F. Cushman, his wife. 

See No. 11073. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Peter Newcomb Cushman and Sally Kellogg, 

his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cushman, Jr., and Sarah 

Bennett, his wife. 



30 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Cushman and Phebe New- 
comb, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cushman and Sarah 
Coomer, his wife. 

Nathaniel Cushman (1712-93) was a patriot who gave valu- 
able service as did his son and grandson, during the war. 

Nathaniel Cushman (1738-1817) served in the militia. 

Nathaniel Cushman, Jr., (1761-1832) enlisted 1777 for three 
years and was at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Hancock, Vt. 

Miss Susan Spalding. 11076 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Spalding and of John Spalding, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James David Spalding and Sarah Maria Warner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Gore Spalding and Susan Burson Welding, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Harry Spalding and Lemira. Satterlee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Spalding and Wealthy Ann Gore, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Simon Spalding and Ruth Shepard, 
his wife. 

Simon Spalding, 1776, enlisted in the Wyoming Valley and 
was lieutenant in Capt. Samuel Ransom's company. He was 
at Bound Brook, Millstone, Brandywine, Germantown, Fort 
MifHin and Valley Forge. In 1778 he was promoted to cap- 
tain of the independent company and was in Sullivan's expe- 
dition. He served to the close of the war and became a 
member of the Cincinnati. He died, 1814, aged seventy-two. 

John Spalding, 1781, at the age of sixteen served in sea- 
coast defense. He was a pensioner when he died 1828. 

Also Nos. 339, 8505. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Stiles Smith. 11077 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Jerome Smith. 

Descendant of Caleb Stiles and of Corp. Ephraim Pierce, of 
New Hampshire. 



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Daughter of Lemuel Wright Stiles and Mary Pierce Richmond, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Stiles and Betsy Racket, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of George Stiles and Mary Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Stiles and Mary Elizabeth Townsend, 
his wife; and of Ephraim Pierce. 

Caleb Stiles enlisted for one year in Capt. Nicholas Gil- 
man's company, Col. Moses Nicholas Fifth Regiment of 
militia. He was born at Middletown, Mass., 1737, and died 
at Danville, Vt., 1824. 

Ephraim Pierce was a minute man from Hollis in Capt. 
Reuben Dow's company at the Lexington Alarm and was at 
White Plains under Capt. William Reed. He turned out for 
the defense of Ticonderoga and was at Bennington. 

Mrs. Mary Starling Price. 11078 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Sterling Worth Price. 

Descendant of Judge Thomas Todd, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Edmund Lyne Starling and Mary B. Stewart, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lyne Starling and Miriam Dillon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Lyne Starling and Ann Maria Todd, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Todd and Elizabeth Harris, his 
wife. 

Thomas Todd, a youth of sixteen, served in the Manchester 
troop of Cavalry when Phillips and Arnold invaded Virginia, 
1 781. The enemy destroyed property at Manchester, oppo- 
site Richmond, and that city was saved only by the timely 
arrival of Lafayette who had made a forced march of two 
hundred miles to protect the military stores at the capitol. 
He was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United 
States when he died at Frankfort, Ky., 1826. 

Miss Anne M. Starling. 11079 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Judge Thomas Todd. 

Daughter of Edmund Lyne Starling and Mary B. Stewart, his wife. 

See No. 11078. 



32 DAUGHTK»S O^ TH^ AMK»ICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs, Fannie Jenkins McAllister, i 1080 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Jenkins, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Josiah Jenkins and Claretta Lois Crofoot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Jenkins, Jr., and Lydia Smith, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Jenkins and Elizabeth Jenkins, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Jenkins, 1778, served in the General Court from 
Barnstable. He commanded a company to guard Cape Cod 
and turned out at the Falmouth and Dartmouth Alarms. The 
roster in his writing is preserved. At the close of the war he 
was a member of the Provincial Congress from Berkshire 
county, where he died, 1811, aged seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Martha Gist Bryan Shanklin. 11081 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Elliot W. Shanklin. 

Descendant of Ens. Nathaniel Gist, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Joseph Henry Bryan and Mary Gist, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Nathaniel Gist and Mary Brinker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Gist and Mary Gatewood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gist and Mary Howard, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Gist belonged to a family of patriots and served 
as ensign in Gist's Additional Continental regiment, com- 
manded by his kinsman. Col. Mordecai Gist. He was killed 
at the battle of King's Mountain, October 7, 1780. 

Miss Belle Pepper. 11082 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Neville, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Oscar Pepper and Nannie Edwards, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Pepper and Sarah Neville O'Bannon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William O'Bannon and Nancy Neville, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Neville and Emily Kemper, his 
wife. 

Joseph Neville served as colonel and brigadier general 
of Virginia militia. In 1781 he was appointed commissioner 



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to run a boundary line between that State and Pennsylvania. 
He died, 1819, aged eighty-nine. 

Miss Dixie Pepper. 11083 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Neville. 

Daughter of Oscar Pepper and Nannie Edwards, his wife. 

See No. 11082. 

Mrs. Ada Pepper Railey. 11084 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Charles Logan Railey. 
Descendant of Gen. Joseph Neville. 
Daughter of Oscar Pepper and Nannie Edwards, his wife. 
See No. 11082. 

Mrs. anna Russell Des Cognets. 11085 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Dr. Hypolite des Cognets. 

Descendant of Gen. William Russell, Gov. James Garrard, 
Corp. Robert Spotswood Russell and Col. Thomas Lewis, all 

of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas A. Russell and Sarah Lewis Garrard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Spotswood Russell and Deborah Allen, 
his wife; James Garrard and Nancy Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Russell and Tabitha Adams, his 
wife; James Garrard and Elizabeth Mountjoy, his wife; Thomas 
Lewis and Elizabeth Payne, his wife. 

William Russell (i 735-1 793), commanded a company of 

mounted Rangers, when in 1776 he was promoted colonel. 

He was at Germantown, Monmouth, taken prisoner at 

Charleston and when exchanged served to the end of the war. 

Also Nos. 711, 5231, 6099, 7373, 10865. 

James Garrard served in the Stafford county militia and 
was a member of the House of Delegates. He died in Ken- 
tucky, 1822, aged seventy-three. 

Also No. 10014. 

Robert Spotswood Russell, 1780, at the age of eighteen 



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34 DAUGHTERS OF TH^ AMK.RICAN RJ^VOI^UTION. 



enlisted in the Cavalry. He was a pensioner when he died 
in Missouri, 1842. 

Thomas Lewis, 1776, served as lieutenant of Eleventh Vir- 
ginia Regiment, and was retired, 1781, with the rank of colo- 
nel. He died in Kentucky, 1809, aged sixty. 

Also Nos. 3281, 7473. 

Mrs. Josephine Russell Clay. 11086 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of John M. Clay. 
Descendant of Gen. William Russell and of Corp. Robert 

Spotswood Russell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William Henry Russell and Zanette Freeland, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Spotswood Russell and Deborah Allen, 
his wife. 

See No. 11085. 

Mrs. Sarah Thornton Williams Fisher. 11087 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. James Taylor, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Taylor Williams and Jane Alice Berry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James T. Berry and Elizabeth Wise, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Washington Berry and Alice Taylor, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Taylor and Ann Hubbard, his 
wife. 

James Taylor, who had served in the early wars, was colo- 
nel of militia, 1775. He was chairman of the Committee of 
Safety, member of the convention that framed the Constitu- 
tion and held important civil offices for forty years. He was 
born in Caroline county, 1732, and died there, 1814. 

Also Nos. 267, 1844, 2952, 3329, 4293, 5065, 6076, 7310. 

Mrs. IVIary F, Adams Hall. 11088 

Born in Mississippi. 
Wife of Harry H. Hall. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Adams, Jr., and of Corp. James 
Adams, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Benjamin Chinn Adams and Caroline Blanks, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Adams and Nancy Chinn, his wife. 



UN^AGie BOOK. 35 



Gr. -granddaughter of James Adams and Mary Irvine, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Adams, Jr., and Penelope Fluor- 
noy Lynch, his wife. 

Robert Adams, Jr., served in the militia. He was a member 
of the vigilance committee in 1780, with his brother-in-law 
as leader, who cleared the region of outlaws and Tories. 
This was the origin of "Lynch Law,'* and their summary 
methods were later approved by the Assembly. In 1782 he 
was Justice of the Court of Campbell county. 

James Adams served as a drummer and corporal. 

Also No. 10974. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Maxwell. 11089 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of William Maxwell, of Maine. 

Daughter of Arthur Bragdon Maxwell and Elizabeth Randall, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Maxwell and Hephzibah Clarke, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Maxwell and Lucy Bragdon, his 
wife. 

William Maxwell, 1775, at the age of seventeen, enlisted in 
Capt. Samuel Dunn's company for the defense of Falmouth, 
now Portland. Later he served under Col. Edmund Phinney 
in the Eighteenth Continental Regiment. He was with Capt. 
Abraham Tyler, 1776-77, in garrison at Fort George, and 
served several enlistments during the war. He was born at 
Cape Elizabeth, 1758, and died at Danville, 1856. 

Miss Martha Florence Bolster. 11090 

Born in Maine. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Stockbridge and of Joseph 

Leavitt, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William W. Bolster and Florence Josephine Reed, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Reed and Mary Ann Stockbridge, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Stockbridge, Jr., and Anna Leavitt, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Leavitt and Anna Stevens, his 
wife; John Stockbridge and Mary Dillingham, his wife. 



36 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Stockbridge, 1776, entered the army as a private from 
Sutton. During his seven years' service he was in twenty- 
one engagements and received three "Orders of Merit." He 
rose to the rank of lieutenant and his discharge and pension 
papers are still in the family. He died at Byron, Maine, 1820, 
aged sixty-three. 

Joseph Leavitt, 1775, enlisted as a private. He was born 
at Pembroke, 1757, and died at Turner, Maine. 

Also Nos. 5909, 6200. 

Miss Grace Donworth. 11091 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Baker, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Patrick Enright Donworth and Mary Eliza Baker, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edward Baker and Susan Gilman, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Baker and Patience Jones, his wife. 

Samuel Baker turned out from Dorchester at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm in Capt. Abraham Wheeler's company. In 1777 
he enlisted as bombardier in Col. John Crane's artillery and 
served under different commands to the close of the war. He 
was born at Dorchester, 175 1. 

Mrs. Clara H. Dunham Hathaway. 11092 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Charles L. Hathaway. 
Descendant of James Dunham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Bartemus Dunham and Matilda Briggs, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Dunham and Mary Ranson Carver, his 
wife. 

James Dunham turned out at the Lexington Alarm. In 
1777 he enlisted in Capt. Edward Sparrow's company, Col. 
Danforth Keyes' regiment. He was born at Bridgewater, 
Mass., 1754, and died at Hebron, Maine. 

Miss Laura Kimberly Fulton. 11093 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Kimberly, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Albert Kimberly Fulton and Laura Kimberly, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of Jeremiah McKendree Kimberly and Olive Stans- 
bury, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Kimberly, Jr., and Ann Tittle, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Kimberly and Mabel Kimber- 
ly, his wife. 

Nathaniel Kimberly, 1775, enlisted for one year, and in 

1779 reenlisted in Capt. Isaac Cook's company. In 1780 he 

served in the coast and State guards. He died at New Haven 

about 1790. 
Also No. 7479. 

Mrs. Florence McIntyre Tyson, 11094 

Born in Delaware. 

Wife of Frederick Tyson. 

Descendant of Douw Fonda, Maj. Giles Fonda and Lieut. 
Anthony Van Vechten, all of New York. 

Daughter of Peter McIntyre and Martha E. Polk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Malcolm McIntyre and Margaret Van Vechten, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Anthony Van Vechten and Marytje Fonda, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of (Jellis) Giles Fonda and Jannetie Vroo- 
man, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Douw Fonda and Marytje Vrooman, 
his wife. 

Douw Fonda, 1780, at the age of eighty, was scalped by the 
Indians when Brandt and Sir John Johnson invaded the 
Mohawk valley. His home was plundered and burned and his 
sons, John and Adam, were captured and taken to Canada. 

Also Nos. 143 1, 4732. 

Giles Fonda, who had fought in the early wars, was captain 
of a company at the battle of Oriskany. He also served in 
the Senate during the Revolution. He died, 1791, at Fonda, 
aged sixty-four. 

Anthony Van Vechten served on the vigilance committee 
of Tryon county, and as lieutenant of militia. He was ad- 
jutant in the battles of the Mohawk valley under Col. Nicho- 
las Herkimer. His commission is still in the family. 

Mrs. Fannie E. Stillwell Gore. 1109^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Albert P. Gore. 



38 DAUGHTI^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Capt. John Deaver, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Abram Martin Stillwell and Elizabeth Ann Deaver, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Emanuel Kent Deaver and Elizabeth Shipley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Deaver and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 

John Deaver entered the army as a cadet in the line, and 
was at the battle of White Plains. He was promoted to lieu- 
tenant and retired in 1779. In 1780 he was commissioned 
captain of militia, and during this service received no pay. 
He was born at Baltimore, 1758, and died there, 1812. 

Mrs. Sallie Downing Coleman. 11096 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of William H. Coleman. 

Descendant of Michael Downing. 

Daughter of Michael A. Downing and Susan L. Duncan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Downing and Perninia Mundane, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Downing and Mary Ann Wells, his 
wife. 

Michael Downing, who was born in Ireland, served with 
the Virginia troops at the close of the Revolution. He died 
at Mount Sydney, Ind., 1852. 

Mrs. Beatrice Larned Whitney. 11097 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Bertram Cecil Whitney. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Larned, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Sylvester Larned and Ellen Lester, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gen. Charles Larned and Sylvia Colt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Simon Larned and Marion Eastman, his 
wife. 

Simon Larned, 1777, served as adjutant under Col. Wil- 
liam Shepard. He later commanded a company in the Fourth 

regiment of Continental infantry. 
Also Nos. 2392, 9657. 

Mrs. Julia Fitch Hitchcock. 11098 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Frederick Horace Hitchcock. 
Descendant of Capt. Simon Larned. 



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Daughter of William E. Fitch and Jennie Lamed, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Sylvester Lamed and Helen Lansing, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. Charles Larned and Sylvia Colt, his 
wife. 
See No. 11097. 

Mrs. Louise Breck Begg. 11099 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of George Ogston Begg. 

Descendant of James Brooks, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hon. Joseph Hunt Breck and Harriet Maria Brooks, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Brooks and Hannah Miller Johnson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Brooks and Lydia King, his wife. 

James Brooks, 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Roger Buckley's 
company, and in 1777 enlisted for three years. He served 
in Washington's Life Guard when honorably discharged at 
the close of the war. He was a pensioner when he died at 
La Porte, Ohio, 1832. 

Also No. 4193. 

Mrs. Harriet Barnes Newberry. moo 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Truman Handy Newberry. 

Descendant of Lieut. Elijah Stearns, Capt. Amos Morris, 
Amos Morris, Jr., of Massachusetts ; Timothy Burr, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Alfred Cutler Barnes and Josephine E. Richardson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry A. Richardson and Harriet Bliss, his 
wife; Alfred Smith Barnes and Harriet E. Burr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Artemas Richardson and Eliza Stearns, his 
wife; Timothy Burr, Jr., and Mary Chapin, his wife; Eli Barnes and 
Susan Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Stearns and Ruth Hunt, his wife; 
Timothy Burr and Susan M. Hinsdale, his wife; Amos Morris, Jr., 
and Betsey Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Stearns and Lucy Lane> his 
wife; Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife. 

Elijah Stearns (1735-1801) served four enlistments, {rem 
1775-77. He was born and died at Rutland. 



40 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTlON. 

Timothy Burr, 1775-77, served as a private. He was con- 
ductor of Transportation Express to the army, 1779-81. He 
was born at Hartford, 1749, where he died, 1799. 

Amos Morris served in the militia when Tryon invaded the 
State. He was captured and his parole as a prisoner of war 
is in the possession of the family. 

Amos Morris, Jr., served in the State guards under Capt. 
William Van Duesen. 

Also Nos. 5241, 7475, 9586. 

Miss Mary A. Wylie. moi 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Dr. John Clark, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Huntington Wylie and Eliza Mounteney, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Wylie and Mary Clark, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Dr. John Clark, Jr., and Abigail Mosely, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Jerusha Huntington, his 
wife. 

John Clark was a member of the Committee of Safety of 
Lebanon and deputy to the General Assembly, 1776-77. He 
was volunteer surgeon, 1780-81, and the land he received for 
services he located in New York, and founded the town of 
Lebanon. He died at Utica, N. Y., 1822, aged ninety-four. 

Mrs. Sarah Jane Jones Lloyd. 11102 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Evan Lloyd. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Buzzell, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of George A. Jones and Sarah Jane Buzzell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Buzzell, Jr., and Sarah Jane Rollins, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Buzzell, who was a private 

in Capt. Samuel Hayes' company. He served in 1778 as 

sergeant in the defense of Rhode Island. 

Mrs. Emma Ward Wicks. 11103 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Walter E. Wicks. 



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Descendant of Caleb Ward and Caleb Ward, Jr., of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of James Munroe Ward and Elizabeth Apgar Everitt, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Ward, Jr., and Catherine Bowman, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Caleb Ward and Ruth Lane, his wife. 

Caleb Ward and his son, Caleb, served in the Essex county 
militia, and were under the command of Lafayette. 

Mrs. Julia E. Goodhue Maynard. 11104 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Norman Henry Maynard. 
Descendant of John Ayers, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of William Inomas Goodhue and Eliza J. Langley, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Goodhue and Mary Ayers, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of John Ayers and Abia Ayers, his wife. 

John Ayers, 1777, served as a private in Capt. Daniel Liver- 
more's company. Col. Alexander Scammel's regiment. He 
died at Pembroke about 1810. 

Miss Lucia M, Miller. mo^ 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Whithead, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Ebenezer Miller and Lucia Ann Whithed, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Marshall Whithed and Ruth Maria Wright, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gad Whithead and Thankful Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Whitehead and Abigail Harrington, 
his wife. 

John Whitehead turned out from Weston at the Lexington 

Alarm in Capt. Israel Whitmore's company of Artillery. He 

served from 1777-80 in Col. Jeduthan Baldwin's regiment of 

Artificers, and rose to the rank of lieutenant. 
Also Nos. 5760, 8468, 10046. 

Miss Anna Josephine Ingersoll. 11106 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Thaddeus Crane, of New York. 
Daughter of Daniel Wesley Ingersoll and Harriet Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Trueman Smith and Theda Crane, his wife. 



42 DAUGHTlSRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thaddeus Crane and Lydia Read Baxter, his 
wife. 

Thaddeus Crane, 1775, commanded a company of West- 
chester county militia. At the battle of Ridgefield he was 
seriously wounded. He served in the Assembly and was a 
member of the convention that ratified the Constitution. He 
was on the invalid pension list when he died, 1803, at North 
Salem, where he was born, 1728. 

Also Nos. 2681, 5083, 6155. 

Mrs. Kate Rumney Southall. 11107 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of James Hunter Southall. 

Descendant of Capt. Simon Larned, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William T. Rumney and Harriet Larned, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gen. Charles Larned and Sylvia Colt, his wife. 
See No. 11097. 

Mrs. Clara Levings Warren. 11108 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Alvah Hall Warren. 

Descendant of Capt. John Clark and of Gardner Clark, of 
New York. 
Daughter of Noah Clark Levings and Louise L. Allen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. Noah Levings and Sarah Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gardner Clark and Hannah Badger, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clark and Sarah Gardner, his wife. 

John Clark, 1776, entered the army as lieutenant of Rich- 
mond militia, was promoted to captain and served in Sulli- 
van's expedition. He was born at Richmond, R. L, 1738, 
and died at Amsterdam, N. Y., 1836. 

Gardner Clark served as a fifer under his father, and in the 
regiment commanded by Col. Charles Dyer. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Miss Adelaide G. Murphy. 11109 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Isaac Quintard, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Henry Murphy and Mary Anne Hoyt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin F. Hoyt and Elizabeth Hoyt, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Hoyt and Mary Quintard, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Quintard and Elizabeth De Mill, 
his wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Isaac Quintard, who 

served in the militia from Stamford during the Revolution. 

He was born in 1727, and his name is in the list of pensioners 

of Fairfield county. 

Mrs. Medora OTerrall Morrill. uuo 

Born in California. 

Wife of Frank Hurlbut Morrill. 

Descendant of James Langworthy, of Vermont ; Sergt. Jon- 
athan Massey, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Ignatius Francis O'Ferrall and Amelia Harris, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Smith Harris and Sarah Maria Lang- 
worthy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Stephen Langworthy and Betsey Massey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Langworthy and Anna Deane, his 
wife; Jonathan Massey and Betsey Woodbury, his wife. 

, James Langworthy turned out for the defense of Ticon- 

deroga. He served as a soldier in Capt. Samuel G. Savage's 

company, Col. Ebenezer Wood's regiment. He was born at 

Newport, R. L, 1752, and died at Windsor, Vt., 1800. 

Jonathan Massey, 1777, was sergeant in Capt. Jeremiah 
Dow's company, Welch's regiment of Salem volunteers, that 
joined the Northern army after the battle of Bemis Heights. 

Also Nos. 6169, 9010. 

Mrs. Amelia Harris OTerrall. . 1 1 1 1 1 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Ignatius Francis 0*Ferrall. 

Descendant of James Langworthy and of Sergt. Jonathan 
Massey. 

Daughter of Daniel Smith Harris and Sarah Maria Langworthy, 
his wife. 
See No. 11 no. 

Miss Genevra Bonfoey. 11112 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Benanuel Bonfoey, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Watson E. Bonfoey and Emma Blakemore, his wife. 



44 DAUGHT^S OF THE AMERICAN RKVOI.UTION. 

Granddaughter of Benanuel Bonfoey and Eliza Burr, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benanuel Bonfoey and Concurrence Smith, 
his wife. 

Benanuel Bonfoey, 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Cornelius 

Higgins' company at the battles of Long Island, Kip's Bay 

and White Plains. He reenlisted in 1777 under Capt. Charles 

Pond and served three years. He was born at Haddam, 

1755, and died there, 1825. 

Miss Adelaide M. McCaine. hi 13 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Barnet McCaine and of Daniel Bickford, of 
New Hampshire; Capt. Joseph Guild, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel McCaine and Maria B. Guild, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David McCaine and Mary Bickford, his wife; 
Joseph Guild and Rebecca Felton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Barnet McCaine and Margaret McGowan, 
his wife; Daniel Bickford and Martha Mann, his wife; Joseph Guild 
and Miriam Draper, his wife. 

Barnet McCaine, who was born in Ireland, signed the As- 
sociation Test. He enlisted under Captain Samuel McCon- 
nell, Col. Nahum Baldwin's regiment, and was in the battle 
of White Plains. He died at Peterborough, 1820, aged 
eighty-seven. 

Daniel Bickford was a soldier at Ticonderoga, Stillwater, 
Saratoga and West Point. He was born at sea, 1760, and 
died at Hillsborough, 1815. 

Also No. 2661. 

Joseph Guild commanded a company at the Lexington 
Alarm, and served at Ticonderoga and Canada. He was a 
member of the Committee of Safety and of the General 
Court. He was born, 1735, at Dedham, where he died, 1794. 

Miss Anna Louise Neilson. 11114 

Born in Mississippi. 

Descendant of Robert Bowen, of Virginia. 
Daughter of William Smith Neilson and Mary C. Bowen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Charles Bowen and Mahulda Easley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Bowen and Mary Gillespie, his wife. 

Robert Bowen, 1777-79, served as a private in Capt. Wil- 
liam Bentley's company, Col. John Nevill's Third Virginia 



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Regiment. He was born in Augusta county, Va., 1740, and 
died in Tennessee, 1817. 

Mrs. Ada Everett Waddell, imj 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of John Alexander Low Waddell. 

Descendant of Rev. Abiel Leonard, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Horace, Everett and Mary Leonard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abiel Leonard and Jeannette Reeves, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Leonard and Mary Leverett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abiel Leonard and Mary Greene, his 
wife. 

Abiel Leonard, 1775, was chaplain of the Third Connecti- 
cut Regiment, and February 7, 1776, was appointed chaplain 
of Knox's Continental Artillery. On the evacuation of Bos- 
ton, March 17, he preached a thanksgiving sermon from 
Exodus xiv. 25, "And took off their chariot wheels, that they 
drave them heavily; so that the Egyptians said. Let us flee 
from the face of Israel ; for the Lord fighteth for them against 
the Egyptians." Washington and his officers attended the 
service. He died in 1778, aged thirty-eight. 

Mrs. Marion Tinsley Leach. 11116 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Francis Augustus Leach. 

Descendant of James Wilson, of New York. 

Daughter of William Tinsley and Emma Guiteau, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abram Guiteau and Emily Redfield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Francis Guiteau and Hannah Wilson, 
his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of James Wilson, who was 
born in Scotland, enlisted in the First Regiment at the begin- 
ning of the war and served under different commands. He 
died, 1792, at the "Little Nine Partners," and the bounty 
land he was entitled to was located at Ulysses, N. Y. 

Mrs. Susan Tracy Otten. 11117 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Joseph Otten. 
Descendant of Dr. Matthias Burnet Miller, of New York. 



46 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Maj. Alexander Macomb Miller, U. S. A., and Anna 
Grant Wilson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Morris Smith Miller, U. S. A., and Jane Octavia 
Macomb, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Judge Morris Smith Miller and Maria 
Bleecker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Matthias Burnet Miller and Phoebe 
Smith, his wife. 

Matthias Burnet Miller was a member of the Provincial 
Congress which framed the State constitution. He served, 
1777, as surgeon on the staflf of Col. David Sutherland. He 
was born in Suffolk county, N. Y., 1749, and died at Savan- 
nah, Ga., 1792. 

Also Nos. 3366, 5474, 6589, 7440, 10189. 

Mrs. Emma Greeley Tredway, 11118 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dwight Tredway. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Seymour, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Carlos S. Greeley and Emily Robbins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John M. Robbins and Salley M. Seymour, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Seymour, Jr., and Lydia King, his 
wife. 

Daniel Seymour, Jr., commanded "the Second company of 
the Alarm list in the town of Hartford in the First regiment 
in this State." He was born at Hartford, 1730, and died, 181 5. 

Also No. 9588. 

Miss Mary M, A. Stevens. 11119 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ezra Stevens, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles L. Stevens and Matilda Roberts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zadoc Stevens and Phebe White, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughetr of Ezra Stevens and Elizabeth Burt, his wife. 

Ezra Stevens served in the Northern Department in Col. 
David Waterbury's regiment. He was born at Danbury, 
1724, and died there, 1823. 

Also Nos. 2760, 3994, 8923. 

Mrs. Sarah N. Mills Burns, 11120 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Charles Henry Burns. 



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Descendant of Capt. John Mills, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Mills and Sarah Putnam, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Mills and Hannah Upton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Mills and Keziah Lyon, his wife. 

John Mills served as sergeant at Bunker Hill and as lieu- 
tenant at the battle of Bennington. In 1781 he commanded 
a company of three months' men raised at Charlestown, 
N. H. He died at Windham, Vt., 1812. 

Also No. 4944. 

Mrs. Margaret Lamson Griffin. 11121 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of iGen. S. G. Griffin. 

Descendant of Hon. Ephraim Wood, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Charles Lamson and Roxanna Wood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Wood and Betsey Richardson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Wood and Mary Heald, his wife. 

Ephraim Wood served on the Committee of Safety 
throughout the Revolution and paid the bounty of three men. 
He was born at Concord, 1733, and died there, 1814. 

Also Nos. 8450, 10203. 

Mrs. Alice Maud Melvin. 11122 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of John Melvin. 

Descendant of Bela Noyes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert D. Smith and Mary Noyes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asa Noyes and Mary Judkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bela Noyes and Elizabeth Mahan, his wife. 

Bela Noyes, 1775, enlisted from Bridgewater in Capt. Jo- 
siah Hayden's company. Col. John Thomas' regiment. He 
died at Norway, Maine, 1833. 

Mrs. Elbra Story Taggart. 11123 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of David A. Taggart. 

Descendant of Abraham Melvin, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Abram B. Story and Mary A. Melvin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abraham Melvin and Sarah Felch, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Melvin and Jane Little, his wife. 



48 DAUGHT^S OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Gr.-gr.- granddaughter of Abraham Melvin and Mary Colbum, his 
wife. 

Abraham Melvin, 1775, enlisted in Capt. John Parker's 
company, Col. Timothy BedeFs regiment of Rangers, that 
joined the northern division under Montgomery in the Cana- 
dian campaign. 

Mrs. Emma Riddle Lewis. 11124 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Walter C. Lewis. 

Descendant of Capt. John Ferguson and of Isaac Riddle, 
of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of George W. Riddle and Ellen Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William P. Riddle and Sarah Ferguson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ferguson and Ann Gage, his wife; 
Isaac Riddle and Ann Aiken, his wife. 

John Ferguson enlisted from Pelham at the age of eigh- 
teen and was at the battles of Bunker Hill, Trenton and 
Princeton. He was at Bennington, the surrender of Bur- 
goyne, the storming of Stony Point, at Yorktown and present 
when Washington took leave of the army. He died at Bed- 
ford, 1846. 

Isaac Riddle, 1780, enlisted in Capt. James Kidder's com- 
pany, Col. Moses Nicholas regiment, for service at West 
Point. He was born at Bedford, 1762, and died there, 1830. 

Mrs. Amanda W. Smith. 1112J 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Isaac W. Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Andrew Buntin and of Lieut. John 
Moore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Hiram Brown and Mary White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James White and Polly Alexander, his wife; 
William Brown and Sarah Buntin, his wife. 

Gr.- granddaughter of Isaac White and Mary Moore, his wife; and 
of y\ndrew Buntin. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Moore and Margaret White, his 
wife. 

John Moore served in Capt. Daniel Moore's company. Col. 
John Stark's regiment, at the battle of Bunker Hill. He was 
lieutenant under Capt. Ebenezer Frye, Col. Joseph Cilley's 



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regiment, raised, 1777, for Continental service, and was taken 

prisoner at Bemis Heights. 

Andrew Buntin led a Pembroke company in Col. John Wal- 

dron's regiment at the siege of Boston. He was killed at the 

battle of White Plains. He was born at AUenstown, 1738. 
Also Nos. 6849, 7168. 91 14, 10129. 

Mrs. Katharine Battles Berry. 11126 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jonathan Battles, of Massachusetts; 

Capt. Samuel Oilman, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Augustus Smith Battles and Susan Giles Farnham, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Porter Battles and Charlotte Smith, 
his wife; John Farnham and Eliza Hilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Battles and Hannah Porter, his 
wife; Andrew Hilton and Deborah Gilman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Gilman and Deborah Fowler, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Battles was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm 
and sergeant in Capt. Simeon Leaches company at Dorches- 
ter Heights. He served in Rhode Island under Capt. Luke 
Howell, Col. Nathan Taylor's regiment. He was born at 
Stoughton, 1755, ^^d died there, 1830. 

Samuel Gilman, 1775, enlisted in a company from New 
Market that reenforced the army at Cambridge under Col. 
Enoch Poore. He served in the Canadian campaign and was 
at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He volunteered in 
the Independent company commanded by Capt. John Lang- 
don, for the capture of Burgoyne's army. 

Mrs. Valeria Elizabeth Snow, 11127 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of James Pardon Snow. 

Descendant of Rev. Jedediah Chapman. 

Daughter of Samuel Perry Church and Margaretta Elizabeth Rey- 
nolds, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Reynolds and Valeria Maria Chapman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Chapman and Margaretta Lc 
Conte, his wife. 

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50 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Jedediah Chapman, a graduate of Yale, was pastor at 
Orange, N. J., during the Revolution. So warmly did he 
espouse the patriot cause that he became obnoxious to the 
Royalists and a price was set upon his head. He served as 
chaplain when Washington's army was in the Jerseys. He 
was born at East Haddam, Conn., 1741, and died, 1813, at 
Geneva, N. Y. 

Mrs. Lucinda Norton St. John. 11128 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Theodore St John. 

Descendant of Maj. Peter Norton, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Constant Norton and Caroline Norton, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Peter Norton and L-ydia Bassett, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Norton and Elizabeth Smith, his 
wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Norton and Sarah Bassett, his wife. 

Peter Norton, who served as an officer under the Crown, 
enlisted in 1776 for the defense of the sea coast in Capt. John 
Russell's company. He was born at Edgartown, 1718, and 
died there, 1792. 

Also No. 6687. 

Miss Jennie Melvene Davis. 11129 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Phineas Judson, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Robinson L. Davis and Diannah Laird, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Washington Davis and Roxana Louisa 
Judson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Phineas Judson and Bogur, his wife. 

Phineas Judson, 1776, at the age of sixteen, enlisted from 

Stratford as a private, and subsequently served as sergeant. 

He gave two years and a half of active service. 

Mrs. Hannah Romaine Bostwick Hawley. 11130 

Born in New York. 
Widow of Fordyce Huntington Hawley. 
Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer Bostwick, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Dr. Homer Bostwick and Annie M. Western, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Heman Bostwick and Lucinda Palmer, his wife. 



uneag:^ book. 51 



Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Bostwick and Mercy Ruggles, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Bostwick, 1777, enlisted as a private, 1778 served 
as corporal and 1780 was promoted sergeant. He was at 
Germantown, Valley Forge, Monmouth and Stony Point. 
He was a pensioner when he died in Ohio, 1840, at the age 
of eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 3599, 7947. 

Mrs. Clara M. Purviance Hayward. 11131 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry Selby Hayward. 

Descendant of Robert Purviance, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Rev. Charles Purviance and Eunice Kate Hoyt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Purviance and Jemima Degen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Purviance and Frances Young, his 
wife. 

Robert Purviance, who was born in Ireland, was appointed 

by Congress as financial agent on account of his patriotism. 

He subscribed liberally to the cause and showed his ability 

in the management of this agency during the war. When 

he died at Baltimore, 1806, he was Collector of the Port. 
Also No. 9731. 

Mrs, Helen McKeen Dayton, 11132 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Aaron Ogden Dayton. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Stroud, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas McKeen and Sally Jane McCoy, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Anthony McCoy and Sallie Hollinshead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. James Hollinshead and Sarah Stroud, 
his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Stroud and Elizabeth McDowell, 
his wife. 

Jacob Stroud, of the Sixth Battalion of Northampton mili- 
tia, commanded Fort Penn, which was built under his super- 
vision for protection against the Indians, and proved a safe 
refuge for the fugitives after the Wyoming massacre. He 
was a member of the State constitutional convention, 1776, 



52 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 



and represented Northampton county in the Assembly, 1781- 
84. He died at Stroudsburg, 1806, aged seventy-one. 
Also Nos. 2981, 3477. 

Mrs. Phebe Bailey Ames. m3J 

Born in New York. 

Widow of Charles J. Ames. 

Descendant of Zephaniah Piatt and of Capt. Nathaniel 
Piatt, of New York. 

Daughter of John W. Bailey and Emily Thurber, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bailey and Phebe Piatt, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Piatt and Phebe Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zephaniah Piatt and Hannah Saxton, his 
wife. 

Zephaniah Piatt was a signer of the Association Test, as 
were his sons, Zephaniah, Charles and Nathaniel. He was 
suspected of harboring fugitives, captured, carried to New 
York and confined on a pdson ship, where he contracted 
small-pox. He was released through the intercession of his 
daughter, Dorothea, but died January 27, 1778, four days 
after reaching home, aged seventy-four. 

Also Nos. 1 106, 7095. 

Nathaniel Piatt commanded a company in Col. Josiah 
Smith's regiment, Woodhull's brigade, at the battle of Long 
Island. He was born at Huntington, 1741, and died at Platts- 
burg, 1816. 

Mrs. Florence Marion Howe Hall. 11134 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of David Prescott Hall. 

Descendant of Edward C. Howe, of Massachusetts ; Gov. 
Samuel Ward, Lieut. Col. Samuel Ward, Jr., and Gov. Wil- 
liam Greene, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe and Julia Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ward and Julia Rush Cutler, his wife; 
Joseph Howe and Patty Gridley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ward, Jr., and Phebe Greene, his 
wife; Benjamin Clarke Cutler and Sarah Mitchell, (niece of Gen. 
Francis Marion), his wife; and of Edward C. Howe. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ward and Anne Ray, his wife; 
William Greene and Katherine Ray, his wife. 



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Samuel Ward was the only colonial governor who refused 
to sustain the Stamp Act. He was a member of the Con- 
tinental Congress, 1774-76, and chairman of the committee 
that reported in favor of a general for the American army. 
His diary of the Continental Congress has been published. 
He died at Philadelphia, March 26, 1776, aged fifty-one. 

Samuel Ward, Jr., commanded a company at the siege of 
Boston and in the Canadian campaign, where he was taken 
prisoner. He was at Red Bank, Valley Forge, served in 
Sullivan's campaign, 1779, and was retired, 1781. He was 
born at Westerly, 1756, and died at New York City, 1832. 

Also Nos. 78s, 85s, 6947. 

William Greene (1731-1809) was governor of the Colony 
from 1778 to the close of the war, and earnestly labored to 

promote the patriot cause. 

Also Nos. 564, 801. 

Edward C. Howe (1742-1821), was with the patriots, dis- 
guised as Mohawk Indians, who threw the tea overboard in 
Boston Harbor. 

Mrs. Sallie Bailey Ames Brooks. 11135 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Charles E. Brooks. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Piatt and of Zephaniah 

Piatt, of New York. 
Daughter of Charles J. Ames and Phebe Bailey, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John W. Bailey and Emily Thurber, his wife. 
See No. 11133. 

Mrs. Marie Louise Myers Mead. 11136 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick Goodhue Mead. 

Descendant of Joseph Myers and of Capt. Henry Harter, 
of New York. 

Daughter of Lawrence Myers and Letitia Halsey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lawrence Myers and Maria D. Kirtland, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Myers and Abigail Harter, his wife. 



54 DAUGHTtoS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Harter and Catharine Piper, his 
wife. 

Henry Harter (1730-1822), was lieutenant in Capt. Fred- 
erick Bellinger's company, 1775. He was at the battle of 
Oriskany, and, 1778, was promoted captain. 

Joseph Myers, 1777, enlisted for the war in Capt. Thomas 

De Witt's company. Col. Peter Gansevoort's regiment. He 

was taken prisoner and exchanged in 1778. He was born at 

Amwell, N. J., 1759, and died at Schuyler, N. Y., 1804. 
Also Nos. 3708, 10725. 

Mrs. Mary Schoonmaker Andrews. 11137 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Frederic Hamlin Andrews. 

Descendant of Rev. Martinus Schoonmaker, of New York. 

Daughter of James Schoonmaker and Mary Clark Stockton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacobus Schoonmaker and Gertrude Vander- 
voort, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Martinus Schoonmaker and Mary Bassett, 
his wife. 

Martinus Schoonmaker was a pastor and ardent Whig dur- 
ing the Revolution. After the occupation of Long Island by 
the British he often carried letters sewed in his shirt. He 
was watched by the enemy, who considered him a spy, and 
once narrowly escaped capture. He died at Kingston, 1824, 
aged eighty-seven. 

Also No. 2381. 

Mrs. Lizzie Richey Fisk. 11138 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Charles J. Fisk. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Farley, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Augustus G. Richey and Annie Gray Farlee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Gray Farlee and Theodosia Reading, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Farley and Anne Gray, his wife. 

John Farley, 1775, served as lieutenant of Capt. Jacob 

Carhart's company, Hunterdon militia, under Col. Nathaniel 

Hunt. He died at Whitehouse, 1832, aged eighty-two. 



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Miss Mary Richey- 11139 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Farley. 

Daughter of Augustus G. Richey and Annie Gray Farley, his wife. 

See No. 11138. 

Mrs. Louise Randolph Gilbert. 11140 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Alexander Gilbert. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Fitz Randolph, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Isaac F. Randolph and Isabella F. Randolph, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David F. Randolph and Mary Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Fitz Randolph and Mary Laing, his 
wife. 

Joseph Fitz Randolph served as a minute man and subse- 
quently commanded a company of Monmouth county militia. 
He died at Piscataway, 1806, aged fifty-six. 

Mrs. Mary Dutcher Field. 11141 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Isaac N. Field. 

Descendant of Capt. William Dutcher and Isaac Van Wart, 
of New York ; Capt. Hugh Dunn, Capt. Matthew Freeman, 

Ezekiel Ayres and John Dunham, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Rev. Jacob Conkling Dutcher and Margaretta Ayres, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Dutcher, Jr., and Anna Van Wart, his 
wife; Simeon Ayres and Abigail Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Van Wart and Rachel Storm, his wife; 
James Dunham and Ursula Dunn, his wife; Ezekiel Ayres and Char- 
lotte Freeman, his wife; William Dutcher and Catherine Conkling, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Dunn and Abigail Carman, his 
wife; and of Matthew Freeman; and of John Dunham. 

William Dutcher (1741-94), was captain of an "Associated 
company,'^ I77S> and subsequently commanded a company 
in the secret service. 

Isaac Van Wart (1758-1828), was one of the three militia 
men who captured Andre. Washington's letter to Congress 
and the action of that body in rewarding these patriots, can 
be found in the Journals of Congress. 



56 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMEMCAN REVOLUTION. 

Hugh Dunn (1740- 1826), served in the Middlesex militia. 
Matthew Freeman, 1776, served as lieutenant and 1780 
commanded a company in the First Regiment. 
Ezekiel Ayres and John Dunham served as privates in the 

Middlesex county militia. 
Also Nos. 772, 2272, 4430. 

Miss Katharine Porter Greene. 11142 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Greene, of Rhode Is- 
land. 

Daughter of George Washington Greene and Catharine Van Buren 
Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Ray Greene and Anna Maria Clarke, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Greene and Catharine Littlefield, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Greene (1742-86), entered the army as a private, 
and his slight lameness was considered an obstacle to promo- 
tion, but his energy soon placed him among the military lead- 
ers of the Revolution. He was both brilliant and cautious, 
and throughout the contest commanded the confidence of 
Washington. Congress, 1783, voted a resolution of thanks 
for his valuable service, and the Commander-in-chief pre- 
sented him field ordnance that he captured "as a public testi- 
mony of the wisdom, fortitude and skill which distinguished 
his command in the Southern Department." 

Also Nos. 334, 822, 4513, 5061, 6486, 7475. 

Miss Helen Howe. 11143 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Noble Gumming, Judge 

Joseph Hedden, Capt. Joseph Ailing, Surg. Gen. William 

Burnet and Hon. Josiah Hornblower, all of New Jersey ; Dr. 

James How, of New Hampshire ; David Leavitt, of Conecti- 

cut. 

Daughter of Leavitt Howe and Rosalie Gumming, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alexander McWhorter Gumming and Emily 
Hornblower, , his wife; Fisher Howe and Elizabeth Leavitt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Noble Gumming and Sarah Hedden, 



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his wife; Joseph Coerten Hornblower and Mary Burnet, his wife; 
David Leavitt and Maria Lewis, his wife; James How and Lucy 
Fisher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hedden and Sarah Canfield, his 
wife; William Burnet, Jr., and Joanna Ailing, his wife; David Leavitt, 

Jr., and Stanley, his wife; Josiah Hornblower and Elizabeth 

Kingsland, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Burnet and Mary Camp, his 
wife; and of Joseph Ailing; and of David Leavitt. 

John Noble Cumming (1753-1821), served in the militia 
through the war. 

Joseph Hedden was a member of the Committee of Safety 
when he was captured and carried to the Sugar House prison, 
where he died, 1780. 

Joseph Ailing, 1776, commanded a company of Essex min- 
ute men. He died at Belleville, 1796, aged seventy-two. 

James How, 1776, was surgeon's mate, and, 1778, volun- 
teered for the defense of Rhode Island. He had five brothers 
at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

David Leavitt, 1776, served in Sheldon's Light Horse. 

William Burnet was surgeon general. Continental Army, 
and a member of the original Society of the Cincinnati. 

Josiah Hornblower, who had fought in the Indian wars, 
was a member several terms of the Provincial Congress from 
Essex county, and was chosen as speaker. He served ably in 
the Council of State for six years. He was born at Stafford- 
shire, England, 1729, and died at Belleville, N. J., 1809. 

Also Nos. 838, 1357, 4025, 4166, 4246. 



Mrs. Florence Tower Waterman. 11144 

Born in Connecticut. 

It 

Wife of Frank Allan Waterman. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Ransom and of Jeduthan 

Tower, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Marion Tower and Sarah A. Ransom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Reuben Tower and Deborah Taylor Pierce, his 
wife; Ira Ransom and Sarah Forman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeduthan Tower and Mary Smith, his wife; 
William Ransom and Rachel Brooks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ransom and Esther Laurence, his 
wife. 



58 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jeduthan Tower, 1778, served in Capt. Ebenezer Belknap's 
company, Col. Nathaniel Wade's regiment, in the Sullivan 
campaign. He was born at Sudbury, 1756, and died in 

Oneida county, N. Y., 1817. 

Also Nos. 7572, 10779. 

Samuel Ransom commanded an independent company at 
Millstone, Boundbrook, Brandywine and Germantown. He 
served in the defense of the Wyoming Valley, 1778, and was 
one of the eleven officers killed. His name heads the list 
upon the monument erected to the memory of the slain. He 
was born in England, 1737. 

Also Nos. 1504, 2998, 3715, 7480. 

Miss Mary Ward Greene, 1114^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Nathaniel Greene, of Rhode 
Island. 

Daughter of George Washington Greene and Catharine Van Buren 
Porter, his wife. 

See No. 11142. 

Miss Caroline J. Otis. 11146 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Cogswell and of Col. Thomas 
Cogswell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Jefferson Otis and Emeline Crater, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph B. Otis and Ruth Badger Cogswell, his 
wife. 

Gr- granddaughter of Thomas Cogswell, Jr., and Judith Cogswell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Cogswell and Ruth Badger, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cogswell and Judith Bad- 
ger, his wife. 

Nathaniel Cogswell was a patriot who advanced money to 
the colony, and by the depreciation of currency almost all was 
a total loss. He had eight sons in the service, and all sur- 
vived the war. He died, 1783, aged seventy-six. 

Thomas Cogswell was captain of a company at Bunker Hill 
and the siege of Boston. He was promoted to major in 1777, 
and at the close of the war served as wagonmaster general. 



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He was born at Haverhill, Mass., 1746, and died at Gilman- 

town, N. H., 1810. 
Also Nos. 7855, 10024. 

Mrs. Henrietta Laura Bartine. 11147 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Bartine. 

Descendant of Hendrick Isaac Bogart, of New York ; Rev. 
Jonas Clark, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. William Robert Harris and Agusta Bogart, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Henry Bogart and Eliza Herman, his wife; 
and of Rev. Robert William Harris. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. William Har-is and Martha Clark, his 
wife; and of John Bogart. 

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of Hendrick I. Bogart and of Jonas Clark. 

See No. 11012. 

Hendrick Isaac Bogart (1729-1821), was a member of the 
Committee of Safety of Albany. He was appointed, 1776, 
commissary of stores and served in the department of the 
quartermaster general. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Squier Van der Veer. 11148 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of William Leupp Van der Veer. 

Descendant of Thomas Squier and of Maj. Stephen Crane, 
of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Job Squier and Mary Coles, his wife.. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Squier and Hannah Crane, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Squier and Hannah Clark, his wife; 
Stephen Crane, Jr., and Phebe Crane, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Squier and Rachel Squier, his 
wife; Stephen Crane and Phebe Crane, his wife. 

Thomas Squier, although an old man, served as a minute 
man in the Essex county militia. He died at Westfield, 1778, 
aged seventy-seven. 

Stephen Crane was a patriot of distinction, who was cap- 
tured, 1780, as the British passed through Elizabethtown on 
the way to Springfield. They carried him a prisoner, prong- 
ing him with bayonets, causing wounds from which he died 
a week later, aged seventy-one. The epitaph on his tomb 



6o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

tells how faithfully he filled "a seat in the Grand Council 
of the State/' His sons and grandsons won fame in the war. 

Mrs. Katherine Wilson Van der Veer. 11149 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of BVancis G. Van der Veer. 

Descendant of Peter Wilson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Joseph Hunt Wilson and Katherine L. Dunnington, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Guild Wilson and Fanny Van Syckel, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Wilson and Charity Hunt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Wilson and Hannah Wilson, his 
wife. 

Peter Wilson served as a minute man in the Monmouth 
county militia. 

Miss Louise Anderson. 11190 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Lowrey and of WiUiam Low- 
rey, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward J. Anderson and Louisa M. Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hoppock Anderson and Mary Martha 
Alexander, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Alexander and Mary Howe Lowrey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Lowrey and Martha Howe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lowrey and Esther Fleming, 
his wife. 

Thomas Lowrey, who was born in Ireland, was a member 
of the Provincial Congress from Hunterdon county, 1775, 
and was appointed commissary by that body. He was com- 
missioned lieutenant colonel of the Third Regiment of militia, 
1776, and later promoted to colonel. He was distinguished 
as a patriot and soldier throughout the war. He died in the 
township of Alexandria, 1809, aged seventy-two. His wife 
rendered material aid and, 1780, was one of the committee 
of ladies of Hunterdon county who raised $15,000 in twelve 
days for the relief of the soldiers. 

William Lowrey served as quartermaster in the Third 



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Regiment of State troops. He was born at Flemington, 1759, 
and died in 1802. 
Also No. 8205. 

Mrs. Annie E. Thompson Reed. 11191 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of Hugh B. Reed. 

Descendant of Capt. William Scott and of James Scott, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Dr. Lewis G. Thompson and Annie McFarland Scott, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses H. Scott and Margaret Scott (cousin), 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Scott and Elizabeth Scott, his wife; 
James Scott and Rebekah Scott, his wife. 

William Scott, 1777, commanded a company in Col. John 
Hannum's First Battalion, Chester County Associators. 

James Scott was a private in Capt. Jeremiah Fisher's com- 
pany. Col. William Bradford's Philadelphia Associators. 

Mrs. Deborah Provost Peake. 111^2 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of A. P. Peake. 

Descendant of Jasper Provost, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Abram Praa Provost and Catharine Parker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jasper Provost and Catharine Gulick, his wife. 

Jasper Provost, with four brothers served as minute men 
of Middlesex county militia. He was born at New Bruns- 
wick, 1762, died, 1854. Upon his tombstone at New Bruns- 
wick is carved "Patriot and Saint." 

Miss E. Gertrude Nevius. m^j 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Van Derveer, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of P. Eugene Nevius and Sarah Wortman Van Neste, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter I. Nevius and Jane Van Derveer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Van Derveer and Magdalene Staats, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Van Derveer and Jane Van Pelt, 
his wife. 



62 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Van Derveer served as a private in Capt. Simon Dur- 
yea's company, First Battalion, Somerset county militia. He 
was born 1752. 

Miss Anna V. Nevius. iii5;4 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of John Van Derveer. 

Daughter of P. Eugene Nevius and Elizabeth H. Voorhees, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Peter I. Nevius and Jane Van Derveer, his wife. 
See No. 11 153. 

Mrs^ Lavinia Clarkson Hoppock. iii5;«j 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Hendry Hoppock. 

Descendant of Hendrick Voorhees, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas Letson Voorhis and Mary Elizabeth Griffin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hendrick Voorhees and Elizabeth Letson, his 
wife. 

Hendrick Voorhees was a minute man in the Somerset 
county militia and also served in the Continental Line. 

Mrs. Anna L Cornell Hardwicke. 111^6 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Henry Hardwicke. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Frederick F. Cornell and Elizabeth C. Bell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cornell and Maria Frelinghuysen, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Frederick Frelinghuysen and Gertrude 
Schenck, his wife. 

Frederick Frelinghuysen, a graduate of Princeton, was a 
member of the Provincial Congress, 1775-76, and in 1778 
was elected to the Continental Congress. He resigned be- 
cause he considered the trust was too important for his years, 
but was reelected in 1782. He led a volunteer company of 
Artillery at Trenton, and it is said it was his shot that mor- 
tally wounded the Hessian commander. He was made colo- 
nel of the militia of Somerset, his native county, and was at 



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the battle of Monmouth. His eloquent oration on the death 
of Washington is still extant. He died on his birthday, April 
13, 1804, a^ed fifty-one. 

Miss Louisa Frelinghuysen Chambers. mjy 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen, of New 

Jersey; Col. William Chambers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Frederick Frelinghuysen Chambers and Mary Eliza- 
beth Gaines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Talbot W. Chambers and Louisa Mercer 
Frelinghuysen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gen. John Frelinghuysen and Elizabeth Mer- 
cereau Van Vechten, his wife; William Chestnut Chambers and Mary 
Ege, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Frederick Frelinghuysen and Gertrude 
Schenck, his wife; Arthur Chambers and Ann Chambers, his wife. 

See No. 11 156. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Chambers and Eleanor Tal- 
bot, his wife. 

William Chambers was captain of Cumberland county mili- 
tia under Col. Ephraim Blaine, and served as colonel of 
Associators. He was at the battles of Trenton and Prince- 
ton. He died in 1809. 

Mrs. Phoebe M. B. Swinton. m^S 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William J. Swinton, M. D. 
Descendant of Maj. Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen. 
Daughter of Frederick F. Cornell and Elizabeth C. Bell, his wife. 
See No. 11 156. 

Mrs. Laura Chambers Smith. 111^9 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles James Smith. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Frederick Frelinghuysen and of 
Col. William Chambers. 

Daughter of Frederick Frelinghuysen Chambers and Mary Eliza- 
beth Gaines, his wife. 
See Nos. 11156, 11157. 



64 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Annie M. Reed. 11160 

Born in Indiana. 
Descendant of Capt. William Scott and of James Scott, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hugh B. Reed and Annie E. Thompson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Lewis G. Thompson and Annie McFarland, 
his wife. 

See No. 11151. 

Miss Roberta Robeson Harris. 11161 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Hon. John Hart and of Dr. Isaac Harris, of 

New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry Schenck Harris and Martha Robeson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Harris and Susan Stuart, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Henry Schenck Harris and Pamelia 
Stout, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Stout and Catharine Breece, his 
wife; Israel Harris and Aletta Schenck, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Stout and Abigail Hart, his 
wife; and of Isaac Harris. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah Scudder, 
his wife. 

John Hart, who was known as "Honest John," served in 
the Continental Congress of 1774-75. In 1776 he was elected 
to fill the vacancy of a member who refused to sign the 
Declaration, and on that valuable document his name is in- 
scribed among the patriots. He was chairman of the Co'un- 
cil of Safety, and suffered many privations when the State 
was invaded by the enemy. He was born at Hopewell, 1708, 
where he died, 1780. 

Also Nos. 193, 2383, 3233, 4914, 5174, 10966. 

Isaac Harris, 1776, was commissioned surgeon of Silas 
Newcomb's brigade. 

Mrs. Mary White MacDonald Moses. 11162 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of James Moses. 

Descendant of Maj. Richard MacDonafd, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Thomas Eastburn MacDonald and Jane Fitz Randolph 
Field, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Richard MacDonald and Mary White Eastburn, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard MacDonald and Catherine Mac- 
Donald, his wife. 

Richard MacDonald, 1777, was promoted major of Somer- 
set county militia. He was born in Somerset county and died 
there, 1820. 

Mrs. Hannah E. Blackfan Stockton. 11163 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Robert F. .Stockton, Jr., 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Wilkinson, of Pennsylva- 
nia. 

Daughter of Ogden Wilkinson Blackfan and Mary Agnes Watkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Crispin Blackfan and Hannah Wilkinson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Wilkinson and Anne Dungan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wilkinson and Hannah Hughes, his 
wife. 

John Wilkinson was a member of the Committee of Safety, 
of the Assembly and a delegate to the Constitutional Con- 
vention. He served with the Bucks County Associators and 
was expelled from the Society of Friends on account of his 

patriotism. He died, 1782, aged seventy-one. 
Also Nos. 465, 5530, 6054. 

Mrs. Ellen V, Field Burrows. 11164 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Waters Burrows, M. D. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Micajah Dunn, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Benjamin T. Field and Sarah Dunn, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Dunn and Rachel Runyon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Micajah Dunn and Elizabeth Dunham, his 
wife. 

Micajah Dunn, 1775, was a member of the Committee of 
Observation of Piscataway township. He was lieutenant 
colonel of Middlesex county militia, which he resigned in 
1776 on account of age. He died in 1779 in Middlesex coun- 
ty, where he was born, 1716. 

Also No. 3975. 

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66 DAUGHT^S OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Virginia Van Syckel Thomas. 11165 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Edward Thomas. 

Descendant of Maj. Cornelius Carhart, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Daniel Van Syckel and Mary Carhart, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Cornelius Carhart and Sarah Dunham, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Cornelius Carhart and Willimpia Coleman, 
his wife. 

Cornelius Carhart was captain of the Hunterdon county 
militia, and, 1781, had risen to the rank of major. He died 
in Warren county, 1810, aged eighty-one. 

Also Nos. 466, 5531. 

Mrs. Sarah Ellen Hunt Godley. 11166 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of John Forman Godley. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Beavers, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Edward Hunt and Efifie Bloom, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Hunt and Rebecca Beavers, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Joseph Beavers, who in 1776 
was colonel of the Second Regiment, Hunterdon county mili- 
tia, and served during the war. He died at Flemington, 1817. 

Mrs. Mary Evans Belville. 11167 

Born in New Jersey. 

Widow of Robert C. Belville. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Reading, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Joseph H. Reading and Sarah Evans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Reading and Eleanor Grandin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Reading and Elizabeth Hankinson, his 
wife. 

John Reading, 1776, entered the army as ensign in Capt. 
Thomas Reading's company. In 1777 he served as lieuten- 
ant under Capt. Richard Cox, and was retired in 1781. He 
was born in Hunterdon county, 1751, and died there, 1820. 

Miss Emily E. Blackfan.. 11168 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Wilkinson, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Joseph H. Blackfan and Catherine R. Evans, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Crespin Blackfan and Hannah Wilkinson, his 
wife. 
See No. 11 163. 

Mrs. Rebecca Creed Brearley Moore. 11169 

Born in New Jersey. 
Widow of Imlah Moore. 

Descendant of Gen. Joseph Brearley, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Lieut. Benjamin Brearley and Susan Creed Ryall, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Brearley and Rachel McClary, his wife. 

Joseph Brearley, 1775, commanded a company of minute 
men in the Canadian campaign, and, 1776, served as captain 
in the Continental Line. In 1777 he was commissioned major 
of Hunterdon county militia, and served through the war. 
He died, 1805, aged sixty-three. 

Mrs. Anna Evans Foster. 11170 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Rev. Daniel Requa Foster. 

Descendant of Isaac Quigley, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Jonathan Steward and Keturah Temple Evans, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Evan Evans and Ann Rickey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Rickey and Mary Quigley, his wife. 

Or. -gr. -granddaughter of Isaac Quigley and Mary Quigley, his 
wife. 

Isaac Quigley served as wagonmaster during the Revolu- 
tion. He was born in Burlington county, 1734. 

Miss Josephine Gardner. 11171 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Thomas Gardner, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lyman Gardner and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel H. Gardner and Phoebe Gardner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Gardner, Jr., and Abigail Allen, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Gardner, who 
served in the department of the wagonmaster general during 
the war. He died in Essex county, 1795, aged seventy-one. 

Also No. 7873. 



68 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Margaret Waydell Chambers. 11172 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ruloflfe Van Dyke, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Abner Reeder Chambers and Margaret Ann Waydell, 
his wife. ' 

Granddaughter of Robert Chambers and Catharine Houghton, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Abner Houghton and Margaret Van Dyke, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Van Dyke and Rebecca Van Dyke, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ruloffe Van Dyke and Catharine Em- 
mons, his wife. 

Ruloffe Van Dyke, 1775-76, served on the Committee of 
Safety and Correspondence and was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Congress. He was born in Somerset county, 1711, 
and died there, 1788. 

Also Nos. 393, 2463, 5218, 7922, 10122. 

Miss Josephine Chambers. 11173 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ruloffe Van Dyke and of Robert Chambers, 
of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Abner Reeder Chambers and Margaret Ann Waydell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Chambers and Catharine Houghton, his 
wife. 

See No. 11172. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Chambers and Francina Reeder, his 
wife. 

Robert Chambers was a private in Capt. James Bruere's 
company of Monmouth county miUtia at the battle of Tren- 
ton. The Pennsylvania Historical Society has a $50.00 Con- 
tinental note that he received for service in the army. He 
died at Trenton, 1813, aged fifty-five. 

Also Nos. 393, 7922. 

Miss Laura Wilson. 11174 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Micajah Dunn, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of James Wilson and Agnes French Moore, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of John Wilson and Mercy Dunn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Dunn and Rachel Runyon, his wife. 
See No. 11 164. 

Miss Katharine Seymour Wilson. 11179 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Micajah Dunn. 
Daughter of James Wilson and Agnes French Moore, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Wilson and Mercy Dunn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Dunn and Rachel Runyon, his wife. 
See Nos. 11164, 11 174. 

Mrs. Alethia Hunt Weatherby. 11176 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Isaac Weatherby. 
Descendant of Oliver Hunt and of David Bowne, of New 

Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. John Randolph Hunt and Amanda Bowne Baird, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Hunt and Elizabeth Furman, his wife; 
James Baird and Deliverance Holmes Bowne, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Bowne and Mary Nichols, his wife. 

Oliver Hunt was a minute man and served under different 
commands through the war. He was at the battles of Long 
Island, Princeton, Monmouth and Springfield. He was born 
1756, and died at Princeton, 1841. 

David Bowne was a minute man at the battle of Monmouth 
under the command of Col. Jonathan Holmes. He was born, 
1747, at Freehold, and died there, 1820. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Chambers Oliphant. 11177 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Robert Nevin Oliphant. 
Descendant of Robert Chambers and of John Reeder, of 

New Jersey. 

Daughter of Abner Reeder Chambers and Margaret Ann Waydell. 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Chambers and Catharine Houghton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Chambers and Francina Reeder, his 
wife. 

See No. iii73- 



70 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Reeder and Hannah Mershon, his 
wife. 

John Reeder enlisted in Capt. William Tucker's company 
of Hunterdon county militia. At the battle of Trenton he 
served under Capt. John Mott. He died 1788, aged sixty-four. 

Also Nos. 393, 7922. 

Mrs. Susan Van Rensselaer Dayton. 11178 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Edward Hugh Gardner Dayton. 

Descendant of Col. Henry I. Van Rensselaer, of New York. 

Daughter of George Paddock Barnard and Anna Burchsted Van- 
Rensselaer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry I. Van Rensselaer and Susan Ann Barn- 
ard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John H. Van Rensselaer and Elizabeth Wen- 
dell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry I. Van Rensselaer and Rachael 
Douw, his wife. 

Henry I. Van Rensselaer served as commissary general 

with the rank of colonel for the eastern bank of the Hudson. 

His commission, signed by his brother-in-law, Gen. Philip 

Schuyler, in 1777, is still in the family. He died at Claverack, 

1814, aged seventy-two. 

Miss Elizabeth Wendell Van Rensselaer, 11179 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Henry L Van Rennselaer. 
Daughter of Henry I. Van Rensselaer and Susan Ann Barnard, 
his wife. 
See No. 11178. 

Mrs. Grace James Gillette, mSo 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John W. Gillette. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Warner, Israel Sheldon, Col. 
Asa Rice, Elias Lyman and Lieut. Henry Dwight, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Lyman Dwight James and Helen Eliza Field, his 
wife. 



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Granddaughter of John Field and Fidelia Nash, his wife; Enoch 
James and Armanilla Dwight, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Nash and Paulina Warner, his wife; 
Malachi James and Elizabeth Lyman, his wife; Simeon Dwight and 
Martha Rice, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Warner and Egla Sheldon, his 
wife; Elias Lyman, Jr., and Hannah Clapp, his wife; Henry Dwight 
and Ruth Rich, his wife; and of Asa Rice. 

Gr.-gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Allen, his 
wife; and of Israel Sheldon. 

Jonathan Warner was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm. He was lieutenant under different commands in the 
Hampshire county regiment, which served in the northern 
army during the Burgoyne campaign. He rose to the rank 
of captain. He died at Williamsburg, 1826, aged eighty-three. 

Also No. 8729. 

Elias Lyman, 1777, turned out at the Bennington Alarm. 
He was born, 1710, at Northampton, where he died, 1790. 

Also Nos. 1 145, 2563, 4363, 9259. 

Asa Rice was lieutenant at the Lexington Alarm and the 
siege of Boston in Capt. Job Cushing's company. He was 
commissioned captain, 1776, of Worcester county militia, 
where he gave valuable service. He was born, 1742, at 
Shrewsbury, where he died, 1823. 

Also No. 10511. 

Henry Dwight (1752-1819), enlisted in the Hampshire 
county militia, 1776, and, 1780, when he resigned was lieuten- 
ant of Col. Elisha Porter's regpiment. 

Israel Sheldon (1715-1791), served in Capt. Lemuel Pome- 
roy's company at the Lexington and Bennington Alarms. 
He turned out under Col. Ezra May in the expedition to 
Saratoga. 

Mrs. Mary Van Kleeck Shepard, 11181 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Robert Mellen Shepard. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. James Mellen, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William H. Van Kleeck and Mary IngersoU Leeds, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Leeds and Mary Warren Mellen, his 

wife. 



72 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMEIJIICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of William Mellen and Lucretia Marsh, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Mellen and Elizabeth Russell, his 
wife. 
James Mellen, who had fought in the early wars, was a 

minute man at Lexington. He commanded a company at 
Bunker Hill, and, 1777, was lieutenant colonel of Col. James 
Warren's regpiment, stationed on the Hudson. He was bearer 
to Washington of Andre's request that he might be shot, and 
was officer of the day at the execution. He was born at 
Hopkinton, 1739, and died at Mendon, 1812. 
Also Nos. 1587, 3616. 

Miss Harriette A. Folger. 11182 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Durkee, Capt. Joseph Moseley, 
Capt. Jonathan Hale and Corp. Cyprian Fitch, all of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Fitch Folger and Harriette A. Camp, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Elisha Camp and Sophia Hale, his wife; 
Obed Worth Folger and Mary Mayhew Fitch, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Hale and Hope Mosely, his wife; 
Cyprian Fitch and Ruth Rand, his wife; Elisha Camp and Keziah 
Durkee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hale and Elizabeth Welles, his 
wife; Nathaniel Durkee and Keziah Martin, his wife; Joseph Mose- 
ley and Hopeful Robbins, his wife. 

Jonathan Hale commanded a company in Col. Erastus 
Wolcott's regiment that turned out from Glastonbury for the 
defense of Boston. He died at Jamaica Plains during the 
siege, March 7, 1776. He was born at Glastonbury, 1718. 

Also Nos. 431, 1758, 2267, 3298, 4538, 8599. 

Cyprian Fitch, 1776, was corporal in Capt. James Clark's 
company, Col. Comfort Sage's regiment, which reenforced 
the army in New York. 

Nathaniel Durkee, 1777, served as quartermaster of the 
Seventh Regiment. He was born at Windham, 1730. 

Also No. 8297. 

Joseph Moseley commanded the Seventh company. Col. 
Fisher Gay's regiment, at Long Island and White Plains. He 
was born at Glastonbury, 1735, and died there, 1806. 



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Mrs. Grace Taintor Van Deusen. 11183 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Augustus Van Deusen. 

Descendant of Corp. Medad Taintor and of Jonathan Sex- 
ton, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Werter Chapin Higgins and Grace Agnes Taintor, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Taintor and Ann Maria Crane, his wife; 
Silas Higgins and Susannah Montgomery Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Medad Taintor and Anna Linsley, his wife; 
Edward Turner and Cynthia Sexton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Sexton and Susannah Mont- 
gomery, his wife. 

Medad Taintor was corporal in Capt. James Peck's com- 
pany, Col. Roger Enos' regiment, 1777. He was born at 
Hartford, 1.757, and died there, 1823. 

Jonathan Sexton served under Capt. Hezekiah Parsons 
at the siege of Boston and was in Wolcott's brigade, which 
occupied the city after the evacuation. He was born, 1754, 
and died at Ellington, 1817. 

Also Nos. 5441, 7036, 9488. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones. i i 184 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Col. James Van der Burgh, of New York; 
Col. Hugh Maxwell of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alfred Akin Jones and Mary Elizabeth Morgan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Leavitt Jones and Almira Vander Burgh 
Akin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Albro Akin and Paulina Vander Burgh, his 
wife; Alfred Jones and Lilly Maxwell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Vander Burgh and Helena Clark, 
his wife; Hugh Maxwell and Bridget Munroe, his wife. 

James Van der Burgh was lieutenant colonel of the Dutch- 
ess county militia, and, 1778, was promoted colonel. He 
served in the Provincial Congress, and Washington, in 1781, 
mentions in his diary a visit to this patriot. He was born at 
Beekman, 1729, and died there, 1794. 

Hugh Maxwell, who had served in the early wars, was 
wounded at Bunker Hill. He was at Long Island, White 



74 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Plains, Trenton, Princeton, Saratoga, Valley Forge, Mon- 
mouth and Yorktown. He was an original member of the 
Cincinnati. He was born in Ireland, 1733, and died at sea, 
1799. A monument is erected to his memory at Heath. 
Also Nos. 4203, 7697. 

Miss Minnie A. Folger. iii8j 

Bom in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Hale, Corp. C)rprian Pitch, 
Capt. Joseph Moseley and Nathaniel Durkee, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Fitch Folger and Harriette A. Camp, his 
wife. 

See No. 11 182. 

Miss Madeline O. Folger. 11186 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Corp. Cyprian Fitch, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Capt. William H. Folger and Ophelia Olcott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Obed Worth Folger and Mary Mayhew Fitch, 
his wife. 

See No. 11182. 

Mrs. Carrie King Hammond. 11187 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Jesse Hinds, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Andrew Langdon King and Eliza L. Congdon, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Congdon and Sarah Hinds, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hinds and Martha Wing, his wife. 

Jesse Hinds 1777, marched at the alarm in Capt. Isaac 

Power's company, Col. Elisha Porter's regiment, and, 1780, 

enlisted to serve six months. He was born at Greenwich, 

Mass., 1759, ^^^ died at Binghamton, N. Y., 1842. 

Mrs. Elizabeth King Hoyt. 11188 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of James E. Hoyt. 
Descendant of Jesse Hinds. 

Daughter of Andrew Langdon King and Eliza L. Congdon, his 
wife. 
See No. 11187. 



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Miss Elizabeth E. Stow. 11189 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joshua Mersereau, of New York. 

Daughter of George W. Stow and Flora V. Barnes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Stow and Elizabeth Van Name, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Van Name and Mary Mersereau, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Mersereau and Ann Roome, his 
wife. 

Joshua Mersereau represented Richmond county in the 

Assembly for several sessions. He gave valuable service as 

Deputy Commissary General of Prisoners during the war. 

He was born at Staten Island, 1728, and died at Huron, 1804. 

Miss Mary More Preston. , mgo 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Adjt. Amariah Preston, of Massachusetts; 

John More, of New York. 

Daughter of George Chauncey Preston and Cynthia M. Powell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Otis Monroe Preston and Susan A. More, his 
wife. 

G.-granddaughter of Liberty Preston and Betsy Taylor More, 
his wife; Alexander More and Sara Church, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Gen. Otis Preston and Dorothy 
Knapp, his wife; Robert More and Susanna Fellows, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amariah Preston and Susannah 
Wood, his wife; John More and Betty Taylor, his wife. 

Amariah Preston, 1776, served on the staff of Col. Jona- 
than Holman when the regiment marched at the Rhode Is- 
land Alarm. He was born at Ashford, Conn., 1739, and died 
at Roxbury, N. Y., 1834. 

John More served as a soldier under Capt. Benjamin Du 
Bois, Col. Anthony Van Bergen's regiment. He was born 
in Scotland, 1745, and died at Roxbury, N. Y., 1840. 

Also Nos. 8822, 10989. 

Miss Lillian Louise Graham. 11191 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Benjamin Benson, of New York. 
Daughter of Henry Augustus Graham and Anna Amelia Spader, 
his wife. 



76 DAUGHTERS Ot TUZ AM ERICAX R£VOIX*riOS:. 

Gran4da0ghter of John D. Spa/der asd Aon liana Dtaris, bis vile. 

Gr^igTanddattghter of Silas Daris and Haiy Bcasonu bis viie. 

Gr.'gr.'granddatigfater of Benjamin Benson and Catbcrine De 
Kondt, his wife, 

Benjamin Benson signed the ''Articles of Assodation.'^ 
His home at Haverstraw was the headquarters o{ Lafayette, 
and the table service then used is still in the bmilT. He was 
s<i;rvin^ with the Shore Guard when surprised and captured, 
and received bavonet wounds from the eflFects of winch he 
died, 1779. He was born at Haverstraw, 1732. 

Also No, 5750, 



Mrs. Frances A. Lamb. 11192 

Born in New York. 
Wife of David Thompson Lamb. 

Descendant of Lieut. Marshall Xewton, of Vermont, 
Daui^hter of Ran«»om O. Baker and Laura A. Kenny, his wife. 
Granddaui^hter of Silas Kenny and Eunice Newton, his wife. 
Or, -granddaughter of Marshall Newton, Jr., and Eunice Taylor, his 

^'/r.'gr.'granddaughter of Marshall Newton and Lydia Newton, 
his wife, 

Marshall Newton was a private at the siege of Boston ; with 
Washington at the battles of Long Island, Trenton and 
Princeton; at the surrender of Burgoyne, Valley Forge and 
served as an artificer seven years. He was born at Shrews- 
bury, Mass., 1757, and died at Newfane, Vt., 1833. 

Also Nos. 3571, 7304. 



Miss Mary Arnold Petrie. 11193 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Marks Petrie, of New York. 

Daughter of Arnold Petrie and Annie Allen, his wife. 

Gninddaughter of Solomon Petrie and Sabra Arnold, his wife. 

(ir.-granfldaughtcr of John Marks Petrie and Casler, his wife. 

John Marks Petrie served in the Second company, Tryon 
county militia, under Col. Peter Bellinger. He was at the 
battle of Orisknay, where his brother, Dedrick, was killed. 

Also No. 3536. 



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Miss Mary Bell Shekman. 11194 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Gen. William Colfax and of Lieut. Samuel 

Chipman, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Sherman and Charlotte Chipman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Spafford Chipman and Mary Colfax, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Colfax and Mary Robbins, his wife; 
Samuel Chipman and Hannah Spafford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Colfax and Hester Schuyler, his 
wife. 

William Colfax fought at Bunker Hill and during his long 
service was three times wounded. He was ensign, 1777; 
lieutenant, 1778; transferred to Washington's Life Guard 
at Valley Forge, and in command of it at the close of the 
war. He was born at New London, Conn., 1756, and died at 
Pompton, N. J., 1838. 

Also No. 1695. 

Samuel Chipman, when a lad of thirteen, ran away and 
served as attendant to his brother, Nathaniel. In 1781 he 
enlisted as a private under Capt. James Brookin, Col. Samuel 
Fletcher's regiment. He was born at Salisbury, Conn., 1763, 
and died at Madrid, N. Y., 1839. 

Mrs. Laura Munsell Tremain. 1119? 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Fenton Tremain. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Munsell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joel Munsell and Mary Reid, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Munsell and Cynthia Paine, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Munsell and Irene Bissell, his 
wife. 

Hezekiah Munsell enlisted, 1775, and served in four cam- 
paigns. The account he gave of his service in the Revolution 
has been printed and is an interesting pen picture of the 
times. He was born at Windsor, 1753, and died there, 1844. 

Also No. 8074. 

Mrs. Emma White Barnard. 11196 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James E. Barnard. 



78 DAUGHTEJRS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Dr. Bezaleel Mann and of Josiah Draper, 

of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Kirke White and Mary B. Draper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Virgil Draper and Eliza Holmes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Draper and Mary Mann, his wife. 

Or. -gr. -granddaughter of Bezaleel Mann and Bede Carpenter, his 
wife. 

Bezaleel Mann served on the Committee of Safety, was 
judge of the court and a member of the Constitutional Con- 
vention. He was born at Attleboro, 1724, and died 1796. 

Also No. 10687. 

Josiah Draper served as a drummer in Capt. Ezekiel Plimp- 
ton's company, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment. He was 
born, 1753, at Attleboro, where he died, 1819. 

Mrs. Frances D. Kinney Backus. 11197 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Oswald Prentiss Backus. 

Descendant of Elijah Kinne, Josiah Draper and Dr. Beza- 
leel Mann. 

Daughter of Sidney Rice Kinney and Julia H. Draper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Virgil Draper and Eliza Holmes, his wife; Ros- 
well Kinney and Abby Mann, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Kinney and Mary Gale, his wife; New- 
ton Mann and Abigail Maxcy, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Kinne and Anna Kinne, his wife; 
Bezaleel Mann and Bede Carpenter, his wife. 

Elijah Kinne signed the Association Test of Connecticut. 
He died in Washington county, N. Y. 

See No. 11196. 

Mrs. Antoinette Huntington Ethridge. 11198 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Franklin Alfred Ethridge. 

Descendant of Judge Benjamin Huntington and of Joshua 
Bassett, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Huntington and Antoinette Randall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Huntington and Hannah Thomas, his 
wife; William Pendleton Randall and Betsey Bassett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Huntington and Anne Huntington 
(daughter of Col. Jabez Huntington), his wife; Joshua Bassett and 
Lydia Lawrence, his wife. 



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Benjamin Huntington was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of the convention for the regulation of the army, and 
from 1780-84 a member of the Continental Congress. He 
was born at Norwich, 1736, and died at Rome, N. Y., 1800. 

Joshua Bassett served as a private during the Revolution. 
He died at Cortland, N. Y., 1836. 

Also No. 10183. 

Miss Anna M. Wright. 11199 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Wright, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Ely Wright and Maria Roberts, his wife. 
Granddaughter of WilHam Wright and Mary Sophronia Ely, his 
wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Ebenezer Wright and Grace Butler, his wife. 

Ebenezer Wright served as corporal in Capt. Ozias Bis- 
sell's company at the siege of Boston. He was sergeant at 
the battle of Long Island, promoted to lieutenant and com- 
manded the company when the captain fell. He was born at 
Wethersfield, 1742, and died at Rome, N. Y., 1808. 

Mrs. Mary Wright Ellis. 11200 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles William Ellis. 
Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Wright. 
Daughter of William Ely Wright and Maria Roberts, his wife. 
See no. 11199. 

Mrs. Eliza F. Prescott. 11201 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Cyrus D. Prescott. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Palmer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Cady and Fidelia W. Palmer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asher H. Palmer and Philena Webster, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Palmer and Susanna Kenny, his wife. 

Joseph Palmer, 1775, was captain of a company from 
Voluntown, raised for the relief of Boston. He died at 
Lenox, N. Y., 1829, aged seventy-five. 



8o DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss Mary Luthera Bissell. 11202 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Forman, of New York ; Eze- 
kiel Bissell and Ebenezer Bissell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gordon Needham Bissell and Luthera Ward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Devotion Bissell and Elizabeth Forman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Forman and Hannah Ward, his wife; 
Ebenezer Bissell and Lucy Roberts, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Bissell and Ruth Devotion, his 
wife. 

Ezekiel Bissell (1705-80), and Ebenezer Bissell (1743-1820), 
signed the Association Test and served on the Committee of 
Safety. They belonged to a family of soldiers, but age and 
infirmity prevented their serving in the field. 

Joseph Forman, 1781, served as ensign, and, 1782, was 
promoted to lieutenant of Capt. Lemuel Conklin's company. 
He was born in New Jersey, 1752, and died in Onondaga 
Valley, 1824. 

Miss Cora M. Wright. 11203 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Wright, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Francis David Wright and Elizabeth Pollard, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Allen Wright and Julia Guernsey, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Allen Wright and Mercy Brown, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Wright and Grace Butler, his 
wife. 
See No. 11199. 

Miss S. Louise Wright. 11204 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Wright, of Connecticut; 
Ens. Aaron Denio, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Guernsey Wright and Martha Denio, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Allen Wright and Julia Guernsey, his wife; Israel 
Denio, Jr., and Ruth Dobb, his wife. 

See Nos. 11199, 11203. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Denio and Esther Robbins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Denio. 

Aaron Denio, 1775, was ensign in a company from Green- 



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field which marched to Cambridge. In 1777 ^^ served two 
enHstments in the Northern Department. 

Mrs. Henrietta Hill Soper. 11205 

Born in New York. 

"Wife of James P. Soper. 

Descendant of Capt. Squire Hill, of Connecticut ; Dr. Beza- 
leel Mann and of Josiah Draper, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry S. Hill and Mary B. Draper, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zaccheus Hill and Mary Hawkins, his wife; 
Virgil Draper and Eliza Holmes, his wife. 

See No. 11196. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Squire Hill and Dorothy Walker, his wife. 

Squire Hill was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and en- 
sign at the battle of Bunker Hill under Capt. Thomas Knowl- 
ton. He served as lieutenant, 1777, and, 1778, commanded a 
company in the Rhode Island campaign. He was born at 
Ashford, 1747, and died at Canajoharie N. Y., 1826. 

Mrs. Kate Wight Vedder Cook. 11206 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Philas G. Cook. 

Descendant of Dr. Aaron Wight, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Jacob Schemerhorn Vedder and Mary Ann Needham, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph P. Needham and Joanna Wight, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Wight and Jemima Rutter, his wife. 

Aaron Wight served as surgeon and when small-pox was 
epidemic in the army estabHshed a hospital for the sufferers. 
He was born at Medway, 1742, and died there, 1813. 

Also Nos. 24, 81 15. 

Miss Edith Weed. 11207 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ananias Weed and Amos Hawley, of 
Connecticut; Capt. Caleb Chapin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of De Witt Chapin Weed and Lucy Hawley Kimberly, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thaddeus Weed and Louisa Marcia Chapin, his 
wife; John Liberty Kimberly and Eliza Almira Hawley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ananias Weed and Sally Brown, his wife; 

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82 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Cyrenius Chapin and Slylvia Burnham, his wife; Fenn Hawley and 
Lucy Sill, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Chapin and Rebecca Bascom, his 
wife; Amos Hawley and Achsah Strong, his wife. 

Ananias Weed was in the defense of Boston and of New 
York, and at the battles of Trenton, Princeton, Stillwater 
and Saratoga. He served in the Commissary Department 
to the close of the war. He was born at Stamford, 1752, 
where he died, 1820. 
Also No. 8108. 

Caleb Chapin was appointed captain of the Fourth com- 
pany, Hampshire county regiment, 1781, and the commis- 
sion is still in the family. He was born at Bernardston, 1736, 
and died there, 181 5. 

Amos Hawley sei*ved as a private at Long Island and the 
surrender of Burgoyne. He was born at Farmington, 1755, 
and died at Moreau, N. Y., 1825. 

Also Nos. 483, 2514. 

Miss Kate Shelton Weed. i 1208 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Sergt. Ananias Weed, Capt. Caleb Chapin 

and Amos Hawley. 

Daughter of De Witt Chapin Weed and Lucy Hawley Klmberly, 
his wife. 

/See No. 11207. 

Mrs. Florence Fuller Looney. 11209 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert Looney. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Fuller, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles W. Fuller and Amelia Bruce, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Orson Fuller and Eunice Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Fuller and Lucy Wilson, his wife. 

Noah Fuller, 1780, enlisted from Farmington at the age of 
eighteen. He was a pensioner when he died, 1846, at Dorset, 
Vt., where he is buried. 

Mrs. Anna Maria Howell. 11210 

Born in New Y'ork. 
Wife of Elihu P. Howell. 



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lineag:^ book. 83 



Descendant of Ralph Schenck, of New York. 
Daughter of Barnet Smith and Maria Schenck, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ralph Schenck and Aleta Sebring, his wife. 
Ralph Schenck (1762-1831), was a soldier during the war. 
Also No. 10152. 

Mrs. Jennie Low Riker. 11211 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Moulton, Col. Stephen 
Moulton and Benjamin Moulton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philip Burrill Low and Jennie Matilda Moulton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Trainer Moulton and Hannah Reynolds 
Westcott, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Benjamin Moulton and Sarah Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Stephen Moulton and Converse Moulton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Moulton. 

Ebenezer Moulton, who had fought in the early wars, was 
a patriot and died, 1783, at South Brimfield. 

Stephen Moulton served at the siege of Boston. He was 
taken prisoner in the New York campaign, confined for a 
year in the old Sugar House prison. He served several terms 
in the Assembly from Stafford, Conn. He died at Floyd, N. 
Y., 1819, aged eighty-five. 

Benjamin Moulton, 1775, when a youth responded to the 
Alarm from South Brimfield in Capt. Anthony Needham's 
company. 

Also Nos. 8561, 10659. 

Mrs. Jennie Moulton Low. 112 12 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Philip Burrill Low. 
Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Moulton, Col. Stephen 

Moulton and Benjamin Moulton. 

Daughter of James Trainer Moulton and Hannah Reynolds West- 
cott, his wife. 

See No. 11211. 



84 DAUGHTESS OP THE AMEKICAK SEVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Emma Olcott Rathbone. 112 13 

• 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Albert Rathbone. 

Descendant of Joseph Rice, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Thomas Olcott and Emma McClure, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Archibald McClure and Susan Tracey Rice, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. William Rice and Wclikcn Rice, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Rice and Mary Green, his wife. 

Joseph Rice was a minute man in Capt. John Oliver's com- 
pany, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regiment, for the defense of 
Boston. He was born at Westboro, 1745, and died there, 1826. 

Also Nos. 2047, 5966. 

Mrs. Lulu Gregory Palmer. 112 14 

Born in New York. 

Wife of A. P. Palmer, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Ivers, of New York. 

Daughter of Daniel H. Gregory and Julia DuflF, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. James DuflF and Mary Ivers, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Charles Ivers and Rebecca Whitehead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ivers and Elizabeth Beach, his 
wife. 

Thomas Ivers, 1775, was captain of a company of Artillery. 
He served on the "Provisional War Committee of Resist- 
ance" and rendered important civil service. He was born in 
England, 1730, and died at New York, 1805. 

Mrs. Anne Coleman Rogers. 112 ij 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Archibald Rogers. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Habersham and of Maj. John 
Habersham, of Georgia. 

Daughter of William Coleman and Susan Ellen Habersham, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Habersham and Mary Butler Habersham 
(cousin), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Habersham and Isabella Rae, his 
wife; John Habersham and Anne Sarah Camber, his wife. 

Joseph Habersham (1751-1815), was a member of the Coun- 



LINEAGE BOOK. 85 



cil of Safety of Savannah, and, 1775, commanded a party that 

captured a ship loaded with munitions of war. He served 

in the Provincial Congress and led the volunteers that took 

Gov. James Wright prisoner. 

John Habersham entered the army as lieutenant under his 

brother, Joseph. He was twice made prisoner and served to 

the close of the war. He was born at Savannah, 1754, and 

died there, 1799. ' 

Also Nos. 1832, 7081. 

Mrs. Julia Duff Gregory. 11216 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Daniel H. Gregory. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Ivers, of New York. 
Daughter of Col. James Duff and Mary Ivers, his wife. 
See No. 11214. 

Mrs. Mary Stark Chandler Martin. 112 17 

Born in Buenes Ayres, South America. 
{Wife of C. K. M. Martin. 

Descendant of Peleg Redfield and of Maj. James Gould, of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Chandler and Cornelia Redfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Heman Judd Redfield and Abigail Noyes Gould, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peleg Redfield and Mary Judd, his wife; 
James Gould and Mary Sill, his wife. 

Peleg Redfield enlisted as a fifer and served from 1777 to 
the close of the war. He was at Valley Forge and aided 
in the defense of New Haven. He was born at Killingworth, 
Conn., 1762, and died at Manchester, N. Y., 1852. 

James Gould was a volunteer hi the independent company 
of Wyoming, and was in the battle under Capt. Robert 
Durkee and escaped the massacre. 

Also Nos. 7880, 8306. 

Mrs. Mary Ella Conant. 11218 

Born in New York. 
Wife of George F. Conant. 
Descendant of George Potter, of Rhode Island. 



86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMHRICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Edward D. Spicer and Eliza Wells, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Spicer and Content Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Potter and Mary Stillman, his wife. 

George Potter, 1777, served in the alarm company called 
from Westerly under Capt. Edward Bliven, Col. Blias 
Thompson's "Reformaders" regiment. He was bom at Hop- 
kinton, 1757, where he died, 1801. 

Also No. 5308. 

Mrs. Florence C. Sloan Eigabroadt. 11219 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Eddy Thresher Eigabroadt. 

Descendant of Israel Sloan, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Warren Sloan and Caroline Stephens, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Israel Sloan, Jr., and Charlotte Gage, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Sloan and Rebeckah Wilson, his wife. 

Israel Sloan, 1777, at the age of eighteen, enlisted from 
Townsend in Capt. Nathaniel Lakin's company, Col. John 
Robinson's regiment. 

Mrs. Fanny Hearsey Holmes Rice. 11220 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Willis Rice. 

Descendant of William Parker, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edward Mortimer Holmes and Susan Maria Hearsey, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hearsey and Fanny Parker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Parker and Desire Bunnell, his wife. 

William Parker, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Nathaniel Bunnell's 
company. In 1777 he reenlisted for three years under Capt. 
Samuel Barker, Col. William Douglas' regiment. 

Mrs. Fanny Robinson McLaughlen. 11221 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of N. B. McLaughlen. 

Descendant of Daniel Whitney, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Hamilton W. Robinson and Emma Whitney, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Selleck Whitney and Betsey Knapp, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Whitney and Hannah Selleck, his 
wife. 



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Daniel Whitney, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Daniel Waterbury's 
company, Col. David Waterbury's regiment, and, 1776, 
served under Capt. Samuel Keeler. He was born at Stam- 
ford, 1754, where he died, 1826. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Crocker Hutchins. 11222 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Harry Burns Hutchins. 
Descendant of Timothy Richardson, of Massachusetts; 

James Hooker, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Martin Crocker and Faudira Richardson 
Emery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Emery and Hannah Richardson, his 
wife; Thomas Crocker and Mary Martin Hooker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Richardson and Sarah Bachelder 
Philbrick, his wife; Samuel Hooker and Elisabeth Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hooker and Dorothy Palmerlee, 
his wife. 

Timothy Richardson (1758- 1830), enlisted for one year in 
Capt. Ezra Bedlow's company, Baldwin's regiment. 

James Hooker (1720-98), was a minute man, and his sons, 
Thomas, Josiah and James, served in the army. 

Mrs. Martha Marsh Jervis. 11223 

Born in Louisiana. 

Wife of Benjamin F. Jervis. 

Descendant of Col. Moses Jacques, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Richard Marsh and Rebecca Jacques Stanbery, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Stanbery and Deborah Jacques, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Jacques and Zipporah De Camp, his 
wife. 

Moses Jacques was at the battle of Trenton and at Mon- 
mouth was lieutenant colonel of the First Essex County 
Regiment. He was soon promoted to colonel and com- 
manded a battalion of State troops during the Revolution. 
He died at Rahway, 1816, aged seventy-three. 

Mrs. Mary Murdock Howard. 11224 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Steven V. Howard. 
Descendant of Gilbert Tracy, of Connecticut. 



88 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Lyman Murdock and Clarinda Tracy, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gilbert Tracy and Deborah Woodworth, his wife. 

Gilbert Tracy, 1777, enlisted at the age of sixteen and 

served four years. He was a pensioner when he died in 1841. 

Mrs. Mary A. Stewart Gatter. 11225 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert S. Gatter. 

Descendant of Ens. Samuel Allen, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Lachlan Stewart and Julia Ann Lyon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Allen Lyon and Parmelia Howell 
Cramer, his wife. 

Gr.- granddaughter of John Lyon and Elizabeth Melar Allen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Allen and Hannah Beach, his 
wife. 

Samuel Allen (1751-1828), enlisted as an artificer in Capt. 
Joseph Lindsey's company, Col. Jeduthan Baldwin's regi- 
ment, and, 1777, was appointed ensign of militia. He was 
at the battles of Trenton, Princeton and Springfield. 

Miss Abbie Logan Golden. 11226 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Oakley and of Maj. Samuel 
Logan, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Rhind Golden and Caroline Oakley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jackson Oakley and Abigail Logan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Oakley and Susanna Haines, his wife; 
James Logan and Mary Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Oakley and Abigail Wood, his 
wife; Samuel Logan and Abigail Clark, his wife. 

Samuel Oakley, 1776, served in the Suffolk county militia in 
Capt. Benijah Strong's company, Floyd's regiment. 

Samuel Logan, 1775, served on the Orange county Com- 
mittee of Safety and as a minute man. He was major of 
Du Bois' regiment when taken prisoner at Fort Montgomery, 
1777, and at the end of three years was exchanged and served 
to the close of the war in the same regiment. He was an 
original member of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 4904. 7270. 



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Mrs. Edith Ruth Cassedy. 11227 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Frank Herbert Cassedy. 

Descendant of Dr. Jonathan Bailey, of New York. 
Daughter of Eugene Brown and Elizabeth B. Whitehill, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James J. Brown and Ruth Bailey, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Bailey and Ruth Budd, his wife. 

Jonathan Bailey, 1777, enlisted for the war in Col. Lewis 
Du Bois' regiment. He was born at Bridgewater, Mass., 
1756, and died at New Windsor, 1821. 

Also No. 10188. 

Miss Clarissa Belknap Brown. 11228 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Abel Belknap, of New York. 

Daughter of Charles Linnaeus Brown and Martha Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Brown and Sarah Belknap, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chauncey Belknap and Sarah Belknap, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abef Belknap and Mollie Richardson, his 
wife. 

Abel Belknap was chairman of the Orange county Com- 
mittee of Inspection, and served under Capt. Samuel Clark, 
Col. Jonathan Hasbrouck's regiment of Exempts. He was 
born at Newburg, 1739, where he died, 1804. The inscription 
on his tomb describes him as an honored citizen. 

Also No. 8557. 

Mrs. Sarah Sackett Sommer. 11229 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Ernst A. Sommer. 

Descendant of Capt. Samuel Sackett, of New York. 
Daughter of John I. Sackett and Henrietta Harrison, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Col. Hiram Sackett and Catherine Thorn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jehial Sackett. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sackett. 

Samuel Sackett, 1775, served as lieutenant in the Canadian 
campaign and was promoted for bravery on the field. He 
was senior captain of the reorganized State regiments and 
died in service, April 15, 1780. 



90 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Emma Frances Deyo. 11230 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of John Deyo, M. D. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Whitin, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Henry Coney and Adeline Farnum Pierce, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jabez Coney, Jr., and Mary Whitin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Whitin and Mary Guild, his wife. 

Hezekiah Whitin, 1777, served in Rhode Island under Capt. 
Abel Richards, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment. He was 
born at Dedham, 1757. 

Mrs. Emmeline Knap Hasbrouck. 11231 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Louis Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Sergt. Thomas Loomis and of Capt. Veach 
Williams, of Connecticut ; Lieut. Samuel Knap, of New York. 

Daughter of Thomas Loomis Knap and Mary Averell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Knap and Elizabeth Loomis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter pf Thomas Loomis and Mary Williams, his 
wife; Samuel Knap and Mehitable Knap, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Veach Williams and Lucy Walsworth, 
his wife. 

Thomas Loomis was at the battle of Bunker Hill and 
served in the commissary during the war. He was born at 
Lebanon, 1756, and was a pensioner when he died at New 
Berlin, N. Y., 1842. 

Samuel Knap was killed at Minisink, 1779, in the bloody 
battle with the Indians and Tories, and his name is on the 
monument erected to the memory of the slain. He was born 
in Orange county, 1738. 

Veach Williams served in the militia and as Selectman. He 
was born at Lebanon, 1727, where he died, 1804. 

Also Nos. 17, 6253, 7040, 7229. 

Mrs. Martha Packard Palmer. 11232 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Samuel H. Palmer. 

Descendant of Abisha Packard, of Massachusetts; Joseph 
Dimick, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Hiram Packard and Caroline Dimick, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abisha Packard and Rebecca Preston, his wife; 
Joseph Dimick and Fanny Mathews, his wife. 

Abisha Packard, 1777, at the age of sixteen served in the 
Burgoyne campaign, and was at Saratoga. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Madrid, N. Y., 1836. Some of the 
Continental script he received is still in the family. 

Joseph Dimick was a soldier under different commands, 
and was at the battle of Monmouth. He received a pension 
for nearly seven years' service. He died, 1845. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Fine Strong, 11233 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edward Kellogg Strong. 

Descendant of Gen. Francis Gurney, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of John Fine and Martha Gurney, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Francis Gurney and Mary Porterfield, his wife. 

Francis Gurney, 1776, was Ueutenant colonel of the Elev- 
enth Regiment at Iron Hill, Brandywine and Germantown. 
He died at Philadelphia, 181 5, aged eighty. 

Mrs. Maria Hall Deane. 11234 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Henry C. Deane. 

Descendant of Josiah Hall, Nehemiah White and Remem- 
brance Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Hall and Bathsheba Smith White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Hall and Calla Borden, his wife; Zenas 
White and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Nehemiah White and Elizabeth Wolcott; his 
wife; Remembrance Smith and Bathsheba Stebbins, his wife. 

Josiah Hall was a minute man from Walpole under Capt. 
Seth Bullard at the Lexington Alarm, where he was wound- 
ed, and after recovering enlisted in the same company. He 
died at Walpole, 1855, over one hundred years old. 

Nehemiah White served as drummer at the Lexington 
Alarm and was drum-major, 1780, in Col. Thomas Nixon's 
regiment. 

Remembrance Smith, 1779, was drum-major in Capt. Sam- 
uel Burt's company. Col. Elisha Porter's regiment. 



92 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary Louise Deane. 1123J 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of Josiah Hall, Nehemiah White and Remem- 
brance Smith. 
Daughter of Henry C. Deane and Maria Hall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Hall and Bathsheba Smith White, his wife. 
See No. 11234. 

Mrs. Louise Pettibone Smith, 11236 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Alonzo A. Smith. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Pettibone, Sergt. Hopestill 
Welch and Capt. Ephraim Guiteau, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. Ira Pettibone and Louisa P. Welch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Luman Pettibone and Molly Kingsbury, his 
wife; Dr. Benjamin Welch and Louisa Guiteau, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Pettibone and Martha Phelps, his 
wife; Hopestill Welch and Alice Woodward, his wife; Ephraim 
Guiteau and Phoebe Humphrey, his wife. 

Samuel Pettibone served at Ticonderoga, in the Canadian 
campaign, and the sword he carried is still in the family. He 
was born at Norfolk, 1742, and died there, 1816. 

Ephraim Guiteau (i 737-1 816), commanded a company in 
the Berkshire county, Massachusetts, regihient, and his com- 
mission is now prized by his descendants. He also served 
as surgeon. 

Hopestill Welch, who had fought in the early wars, served 
during the Revolution. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Norfolk, 1828, aged eighty-seven. 

Also Nos. 3889, 7058. 

Mrs. Harriet M. Townsend Morrison- 11237 

Born in Canada. 
Wife of Rev. James Dow Morrison. 

Descendant of Capt. Micah Townsend, of New York. 
Daughter of Micajah Townsend and Sarah Kellogg Nash, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Micah Townsend and Mary Wells, his wife. 

Micah Townsend, 1776, was clerk of the Westchester 
county Committee of Safety when he was appointed to the 
command of a company of New York militia. He removed 
to Vermont, but died in Canada, 1832, aged eighty-three. 



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Mrs. Elsie Marshall Brownlow. 11238 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. John Henry Brownlow. 

Descendant of Gen. David Judson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Judson and Susan Moseley Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Judson and Elizabeth Davies, his wife. 

David Judson entered the army as lieutenant, was promoted 
to captain and served as brigade quartermaster to the close 
of the war. He was a member of the Cincinnati. He died 
at Ogdensburg, N. Y., 1818, aged sixty-three. 

Also No. 4101. 

Mrs. Sophia Elizabeth Judson Arnold. 11239 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Jacob Ford Arnold. 
Descendant of Gen. David Judson. 

Daughter of John D. Judson and Harriet A. Seymour, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Judson and Elizabeth Davies, his wife. 
See No. 11238.. 

Miss Laura M. Hasbrouck. 11240 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph Has- 
brouck, Mai. Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., Lieut. Josiah Hasbrouck 

and Capt. Philip Du Bois Bevier, of New York. 

Daughter of Louis Hasbrouck and Sarah Maria Hasbrouck, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Hasbrouck and Catherine Banks, his wife; 
Levi Hasbrouck and Hj'lah Bevier, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hasbrouck and Elizabeth Bevier, his 
wife; Josiah Hasbrouck and Sarah Decker, his wife; Philip Du 
Bois Bevier and Anne De Witt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Hasbrouck and Cathrine 
Bruyn, his wife; Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., and Jannetje Du Bois, his 
wife. 

Abraham Hasbrouck (1707-1791), served in the Provincial 
Congress, in the Assembly, and as colonel of militia. 

Joseph Hasbrouck (1743-1808) was an officer of the Third 
Ulster County Regiment. 

Jacob Hasbrouck, Jr., (1728-1806), commanded a company 
under Col. Levi Pawling, and was major of the regiment. 



94 DAUGHTKIIS OF THK AM^ICAN REVOLUTION. 

Josiah Hasbrouck (1755-1821), served as lieutenant under 

Col. John Cantine, 1780, in the Ulster county militia. 

Also Nos. 620, 1302, 1768, 2172, 4967, 7938, 8246, 9258, 9791. 

Philip Du Bois Bevier (1751-1802), served as lieutenant at 
Quebec, 1775, and, 1776, was promoted captain of Col. Lewis 
Du Bois' regiment. 

Also Nos. 4967, 7939. 

Mrs. Laura Shepard Chapman. 11241 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry Augustus Chapman. 

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Huntington, Capt. Ralph 
Ripley, Roswell Caulkins, Sergt. Samuel Stannard and Heze- 
kiah Hine, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Shepard and Laura Swift Ripley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Ripley and Julia Caulkins, his wife; 
Bohan Shepard and Charlotte Stannard. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ralph Ripley and Eunice Huntington, his 
wife; Roswell Caulkins and Eunice Hine, his wife; Samuel Stannard 
and Jemima Wilcox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiak Huntington and Submit Mur- 
dock, his wife; Hezekiah Hine and Eunice Bristol. 

Hezekiah Huntington was major at the siege of Boston. 
The army was so poorly equipped he started a manufactory 
for repairing arms, and in this valuable service lost his prop- 
erty, as he was paid in Continental money. He was born 
at Windham, 1728, where he died, 1807. 

Ralph Ripley (175 1 -1827) served as cornet in the Light 

Horse and as quartermaster. 

Also Nos. 1 1 13, 3890, 6457, 7302. 

Roswell Caulkins, 1777, enlisted at sixteen and was at Ger- 
mantown. Fort Mififlin, Valley Forge, Monmouth and Stony 
Point. He was a pensioner when he died in Delaware coun- 
ty, Ohio. 

Also No. 4137. 

Samuel Stannard served in Capt. Nathaniel Tuttle's com- 
pany at the siege of Boston. He enlisted for the war, 1777, 
and was at Germantown, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He 
died at Fair Haven, Vt., 181 5, aged sixty-six. 

Hezekiah Hine, 1777, served as ensign of the Alarm list 



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under Capt. Josiah Terrill. He was born at Derby, 1733, and 
died at Waterbury, 1807. 

Miss Charlotte Louise Shepard. 11242 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Huntington, Capt. Ralph 
Ripley, Roswell Caulkins, Sergt. Samuel Stannard and Heze- 
kiah Hine. 

Daughter of Charles Shepard and Laura Swift Ripley, his wife. 

See No. 11241. 

Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Kruger Shepard. 11243 

Born in Germany. 
Wife of George Bohan Shepard. 

Descendant of Col. Abraham Hasbrouck and of Col. Jo- 
seph Hasbrouck, of New York. 
Daughter of Richard Kruger and Louisa Hasbrouck, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Louis Hasbrouck and Catharine Banks* his wife. 
See No. 11240. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Herrick Hasbrouck, 11244 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Louis P. Hasbrouck. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Barker, of New York. 

Daughter of William Herrick and Mary Harris, his wife 

Granddaughter of Israel Harris and Phebe Barker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Barker and Chloe Bronson, his wife. 

William Barker, 1775, was captain of the First Company, 
Sixth Regiment; promoted major, 1776, and, 1778, was lieu- 
tenant colonel of this regiment. He was born, 1740, at 
Amenia, where he died, 1820. 

Miss Caroline Thorn Wells. 11245 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Robert Hoffman, of New York. 
Daughter of Eugene Wells and Mary Thorn Teller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William T. Teller and Eliza Thorn, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Thorn and Mary Hoffman, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Hoffman and Sarah Van Alstyne, 
his wife. 



96 DAUGHTE^RS O^ TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Robert Hoffman, 1775, was major of the Fourth Regiment, 
Pawling's precinct. His commission as lieutenant colonel, 
signed by Gov. George Clinton, 1780, is still in the family. 
He was born, 1746, at Poughkeepsie, where he died, 1790. 

Miss Jane Elizabeth Bushnell. 11246 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Lemuel Sherman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin Lapham Bushnell and Sarah Jane Sherman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Zina Sherman and Elizabeth Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Sherman and Sarah Carswell, his 
wife. 

Lemuel Sherman, 1775, was a private in Capt. Thomas 
Hempton's company, Col. Timothy Danielson's Dartmouth 
regiment. He subsequently served several enlistments in 
the Albany county militia. He was born at Dartmouth, 1755, 
and died at Cambridge, N. Y., 1842. 

Mrs. Mary A. Tracy Ambler. 11247 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of John P. Ambler. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Tracy, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Guy Tracy and Louisa Hickok, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Erastus Tracy and Ann Lake, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Tracy and Eunice Rood, his wife. 

Hezekiah Tracy, 1780, served in Capt. John Stark's com- 
pany, Col. Ira Allen's regiment, in defence of the northern 
frontier, and turned out at Alarms, 1781-82. He was born 
in Connecticut, 1746, and died at Shelburne, 1827. 

Miss Elizabeth Thomas. 11248 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Robert Hofifman, of New York. 
Daughter of Dr. William Thomas and Catharine Hoffman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Hoffman and Mary Hageman, his wife. 
See No. 11,245. 

Mrs. Eliza Sargent McIVIath, 11249 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Morrison H. McMath. 



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Descendant of Dr. John Sargent, of Vermont. 
Daughter of John Rapalje and Sarah Ann Sargent, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. John Sargent, Jr., and Sarah Morrison, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Sargent and Delight Bell, his wife. 

John Sargent, 1779, enlisted at the age of eighteen. He was 
severely wounded, taken a prisoner to Quebec and not ex- 
changed until the following year, when he returned to Con- 
necticut. He died at Dorset, 1843. 

Miss Harriet Augusta Fairchild. 11250 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Jeremiah Stiles, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Harrison Stiles Fairchild and Electa Jane Williams, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Fairchild and Nancy Stiles, his wife. 

Cr.-granddaughter of Joseph Stiles and Nancy Dutton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Stiles and Mary Sanger, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Stiles commanded a company under Stark at the 
battle of Bunker Hill. He served on the Committee of Safety 
and in the Continental Convention. He was born at Lunen- 
burg, Mass., 1774, and died at Keene, 1800. 

Also Nos. 6028, 10428. 

Mrs* Effie Dodd Sherwood. 11251 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick A. Sherwood. 

Descendant of William Cheney, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John W. Dodd and Caroline Cheney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Cheney and Caroline H. Cheney, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cheney and Tryphena Hatch 
Cheney, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Cheney, who, 1777- 
78, served under Capt. Oliver Ashley. In 1779 he enlisted for 
one year in Col. Benjamin Bellows' regiment. 

Mrs. Cora Hall Wright. 11292 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Alfred Goold Wright. 

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9^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Dr. Timothy Hall, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Johnathan Osborne Hall and Mary Anise Mosse, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Luke Hall and Mary Osborne, his wife. 

Gr. granddaughter of Timothy Hall and Eunice Hills, his wife. 

Timothy Hall, 1776, at the age of seventeen, was a private 
at Long Island and White Plains. In 1780 he was appointed 
surgeon's mate. He was born in Worcester county, Mass., 
1758, and died at East Hartford, 1844. 

Also No. 1963. 

Mrs. Helen Seymour Sylvester. 11293 

Born in New York. 
Wife of W. B. Sylvester. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Seymour, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William H. Seymour and Narcissa Pixley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Seymour and Rebecca Osborn, his wife. 

Samuel Seymour served several enlistments as private and 
sergeant during the Revolution. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Litchfield, 1837, aged eighty-three. 

Mrs. Mary J. Hawes Holmes. 11294 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of 'Daniel Holmes. 

Descendant of Joel Hawes, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Preston Hawes and Fanny Olds, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Hawes and Philadelphia Thayer, his wife. 
Joel Hawes enlisted as a private and received a pension for 
his services. He died at Brookfield, 1839, aged eighty-four. 

Mrs. Lillias Rumsey Sanford. 112^^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Leonard Gibbs Sanford. 

Descendant of Moses Rumsey and of John Rumsey, of New 
York; Capt. David Demarest and of William Demarest, of. 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of John A. Rumsey and Anna Freeland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathan Rumsey and Mary Rumsey (cousin) his 
wife; Peter Freeland and Anna Demarest, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Rumsey and Lydia Ann Miller, his 
wife; John Rumsey and Mary Russell, his wife; William Demarest 
and Lavinia Hopper, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.- granddaughter of David Demarest and Jane Campbell, his 

Moses Rumsey was an Orange county minute man in Col. 
John Hathorn's regiment. He died at Scipio, Cayuga coun- 
ty, 1816, aged fifty-eight. 

John Rumsey served as a private in the Westchester coun- 
ty militia under Col. Thomas Thomas. He died at Fayette, 
Seneca county, 1826, aged seventy- three. 

William Demarest, 1777, enlisted at fifteen, in the Bergen 
county militia when New Jersey was the battlefield. He died 
at Hackensack, 1828. 

David Demarest commanded a company of State troops. 
He was born at Hackensack, 1736, where he died, 1810. 

Miss Claribel Teller. ii2j6 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Pierre Teller, of New York ; Hugh Camp- 
bell, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James P. Teller and Almira M. Campbell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Teller and Sibyl Pease, his wife; Archi- 
bald Campbell and Chloe Baker, his wife. 

Gr.- granddaughter of Benjamin S. Campbell and Sally Keyes, his 
wife; and of James Teller. 

Gr,-gr.- granddaughter of ^ Pierre Teller and Margaret Haines, his 
wife; Hugh Campbell and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Pierre Teller served as a soldier until wounded and taken 
prisoner. He died in the Sugar House prison, 1783, aged 
thirty-six. The musket that he carried is still in the family. 

Hugh Campbell was a private in Cot. John Stark's regiment 
at the battle of Bunker Hill, where he was wounded and 
obliged to leave the service. He was born at Bedford, 1744, 
and died at Scipio, N. Y., 1810. 

Also No. 2009. 

Mrs. Sarah Allene Hart Kipp. 112^7 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Olivet Kipp . 

Descendant of David Knap, Abijah Lee, Corp. Elijah Lee, 
^^L Capt. Robert Bloomer, all of New York, 

Hi 



and Annie E. Hallock, his wife. 



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ICXD DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Allen Hart and Sarah Knap, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Lee Knap and Hannah Conklin, his 
wife; James Hart and Ann Eliza Maria Roake, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Horton Knap ^ and Jane Lee, his 
wife; Timothy Conklin and Hannah Lee, his wife; Jonathan Hart 
and Elizabeth Bloomer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Knap and Phebe Horton, his 
wife; Abijah Lee and Dorcas Woolsey, his wife; Elijah Lee and 
Sarah Conklin, his wife; John Conklin and Jane Ann Drake, his 
wife; and of Robert Bloomer. 

David Knap (1738-1804), was a private in the Manor of 
Cortlandt regiment under Lieut. Col. Gilbert Drake. 

Abijah Lee (1747-86), and his brother, Elijah Lee (1751- 
1829), served in the Westchester county militia. 

Robert Bloomer commanded a company raised in Mamar- 
oneck and Rye counties. He was killed by the "cow boys 
during the war. 



Mrs. Anna May Hart Parsons. ii2«j8 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Ralph Wait Parsons, M. D. 

Descendant of David Knap, Abijah Lee, Elijah Lee and 
Capt. Robert Bloomer. 
Daughter of James Allen Hart and Annie E. Hallock, his wife. 
See No. 11257. 

Mrs. Melissa Maria Sutherland Denison. 11259 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry De Lamartre Denison, M. D. 

Descendant of Sergt. Christopher Midler, of New York. 

Daughter of Anson Sutherland and Maria Midler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Midler and Amanda Stanard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Midler and Mary Miller, his 
wife. 

Christopher Midler enlisted from Columbia county at the 

beginning of the war and was honorably discharged, 1783. 

He served under Capt. Andrew Moody, Lamb's artillery, and 

was severely wounded at Fort Montgomery. The bounty 

land he located in Onondaga county is still in the family. He 

died, 1796. 
Also Nos. 6019, 7570, 8162. 



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Mrs. Lydia Gilbert Millard. 11260 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Sterling Millard. 

Descendant of CoL Samuel Coit, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elisha Morgan Gilbert and Sarah Ann Hoyt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Solomon Gilbert and Lydia Morgan, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Morgan and Olive Coit, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Coit and Sarah Spalding, his wife. 

Samuel Coit, who had served in the early wars, gave civil 
service during the Revolution. He was a member of the As- 
sembly, of the Committee of Correspondence and Judge of 
the Maritime Court. He was born at Plainfield, 1708, and 
died at Preston, 1792. 

Also Nos. 3055, 5464, 7812, 8201, 9429, 10654. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Butler Cox. 11261 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frederick J. Cox. 

Descendant of Capt. Eli Butler and of Capt. Asa Todd, of 
Connecticut ; Capt. John Mosher, William Warren and Corp. 
Ephraim Warren, of Massachusetfs. 

Daughter of Charles Addison Butler and Martha Gilbert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Sage Butler and Elizabeth Mosher, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Butler and Hannah Todd, his wife; 
Abel Mosher and Sarah Proctor Warren, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eli Butler and Rachel Stocking, his wife; 
John Mosher and Hannah Warren, his wife; Ephraim Warren and 
Sarah Proctor, his wife; Asa Todd and Sarah Potter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Warren and Hannah Boyn- 
ton, his wife. 

Ell Butler, 1776, commanded a company in Sheldon's Light 
Horse. He was born at Middletown, 1740, and died in 
Oneida county, N. Y., 1802. 

John Mosher was at Lexington, Bunker Hill, White Plains, 
Saratoga, Brandywine, Germantown and Monmouth, where 
he received a sun-stroke, from which he never recovered. 
He died at New Hartford, N. Y., 1817, aged seventy-two. 

Ephraim Warren, 1775, at sixteen enlisted in Capt. James 
Hesley's company and served to the surrender of Cornwallis. 
He was born at Chelmsford, 1759, and died, 1812. 



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William Warren, 1775, was a minute man from Pepperell. 
Asa Todd commanded a company of Infantry. He was 
born at Wallingford, 1750,, and died at Paris, N. Y., 1805. 
Also Nos. 3533, 6279. 

Miss Sarah Gilbert Millard. 11262 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Coit. 

Daughter of Charles Sterling Millard and Lydia Gilbert, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha Morgan Gilbert .and Sarah Ann Hoyt, his 
wife. 
See No. 11260. 

Mrs. Alice Hermione Camp Griswold. 11265 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frank H. Griswold. 

Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Piatt, of New York. 

Daughter of Hermon Camp and Sarah Piatt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Piatt, Jr., and Anna Brush, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Piatt and Hannah Piatt, his wife. 

Jonathan Piatt, 1775-76, served as captain; was a member 
of the Provincial Congress, 1776-77, and delegate from West- 
chester county to the Constitutional Convention. He died 

in Tioga county, 1795. 
Also No. 881 1. 

Mrs. Esther Osborne Mayer. 11264 

Born in New York. 
Wife of W. G. Mayer. 

Descendant of Benjamin Swetland, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Amos O. Osborne and Harriet N. Moss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos Osborne and Rosanna Swetland, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Swetland and Rosanna ^ Hancock, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Swetland, 1777, enlisted for three years under 
Capt. Charles Colton, Col. John Greaton's Massachusetts 
regiment, and was at Bemis Heights, Stillwater and Saratoga. 
When discharged he reenlisted and served to the close of the 
war. He was born at Longmeadow, 1756, and died at Paris, 

N. Y., 1819. 
Also Nos. 3468, 4197. 



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Mrs, Frances Louise Achey. ii26(^ 

Born in Ohio. 

Widow of John Jacob Achey. 

Descendant of Sergt. Albert Sherwood, Samuel Sherwood, 
Col. Howell Woodbridge, Elijah HoUister, John HoUister 
and Capt. George Burr, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Sherwood and Mary Sophia Woodbridge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Howell Woodbridge, Jr., and Mary HoUister, his 
wife; Samuel Sherwood and Priscilla Burr, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John HoUister and Mary Welles, his wife; 
Albert Sherwood and Anne Buckingham, his wife; George Burr and 
Mable Wakeman, his wife; Howell Woodbridge and Mary Plummer, 
his wife. 

Gr.gr.-granddaughter of Elijah HoUister and Mehitable Judd, his 
wife. 

Albert Sherwood (1733-1803), was sergeant in a company 
from Fairfield under Capt. Jonathan Dimon. 

Samuel Sherwood (1761-1838), served in the militia. 

Howell Woodbridge (1746-96), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm ; served at the Danbury raid, and, 1780, was promoted 
colonel of the Sixth Regiment. 

Elijah HoUister (1729-85), represented Glastonbury in the 
Assembly, and served on the Committee of Inspection. 

John HoUister (1756-1835), enlisted in Capt. Jonathan 
Hale's company, Wolcott's regiment, which occupied Boston 
after the surrender. 

George Burr, 1775, entered the army as ensign, and at the 
New Haven Alarm, 1779, commanded a company. 

Also Nos. 5698, 6979, 7894, 9917. 

Mrs. Jessie Leech Davisson. 11266 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Oscar Fulton Davisson. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel John Atlee, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Richard Treat Leech and Mary A<in 6arber, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Barber^and Sarah Elizabeth Whitehill, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of John S. Whitehill and Mary Ann Atlee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel? John Atlee and Sarah Richard- 
son, his wife. 



l04 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Samuel John Atlee (1739-1786), who had served in the early 
wars, commanded a battalion at the battle of Long Island, 
where he was taken prisoner. He was confined two years, 
and when exchanged held high positions in civil service. 

Also No. 3140. 

Mrs. Louise Achey Kennedy. 11267 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Grafton C. Kennedy. 

Descendant of Sergt. Albert Sherwood, Samuel Sherwood, 
Col. Howell Woodbridge, Elijah HoUister, John Hollister, 
Capt. George Burr and Henry Ache. 

Daughter of John Jacob Achey and Frances Louise Sherwood, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Albert Sherwood and Mary Sophia Woodbridge. 
his wife; John Hoover Achey and Mary Rife, his wife. 

See No. 11265. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ache and Elizabeth Hoover, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ache and Catharine . Ache, his 
wife. 

Henry Ache, who was born in France, served in the Flying 
Camp at the battle of Long Island. At the close of the war 
he was constable for the township of Heidelberg, where he 
died, 1786, aged sixty-eight. 

Mrs. Sarah Dechert Young. 11268 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of Edmond Stafford Young. 

Descendant of Col. Andrew Porter and of Robert Porter, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Elijah Dechert and Mary Williams Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Porter and Sarah Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Porter and Elizabeth McDowell, his 
wife. 

Andrew Porter (1743-1813), entered the service as captain 
of Marines, and was transferred to the Artillery, where he 
served in many battles. He was detailed by the Commander- 
in-chief to superintend the laboratory at Philadelphia. He 
was an original member of the Cincinnati. 

Robert Porter (i 768-1 842), was a cadet under his father. 

Also Nos. 669, 2335, 5528, 6404, 7449, 8234, 8691, 10774. 



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Mrs. Mary Colby Thresher. 11269 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Brainerd Bliss Thresher. 

Descendant of Jesse Davidson, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Henry Francis Colby and Mary Lizzie Chamberlin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gardner Colby and Mary Low Roberts, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Josiah Colby and Sarah Dividson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Davidson and Mary Dinsmore, his 
wife. 

Jesse Davidson, 1775, enlisted at seventeen in the first com- 
pany from Windham, under Capt. James Gilmore. 

Mrs. Flora Lewis Hughes Hodge. 11270 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Maj. Ambrose Hodge, U. S. V. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Greene, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Orrin Lewis and Martha Greene, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Winter Greene and Lucretia Saunders, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Greene. 

John Greene, 1777-78, was a soldier in Col. John Topham's 
Rhode Island regiment. He served as sergeant in the Al- 
bany county militia under Capt. Samuel Shaw and Capt. 
David Huster. He was born at Westerly, 1754, and died at 
Berlin, N. Y., 1838. 

Mrs. Sara Jerome Patrick. 11271 

Born in New York. 
Wife of I. M. Patrick. 

Descendant of Lieut. Reuben Murray, of New York. 
Daughter of Amasa H. Jerome and Charlotte Murray, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Heman Murray and Prudence Hale, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Murray and Sarah Guthrie, his wife. 

Reuben Murray served as lieutenant in Capt. Daniel Her- 
rick's company. Col. William Bradford Whiting's regiment, 
of Albany county militia. 

Mrs. Anna Kimmel Welliver. 11272 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James Everson Welliver. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Brown and of Lieut. James 
Wells. 



I06 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Charles A. Kimmel and Harriet Wells Patton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Patton and Harriet Wells, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Wells and Mary Musser, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Wells and Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Brown and Mony Stevenson, 
his wife. 

Richard Brown, 1775, served as lieutenant and was captain 
of Miles' Rifle regiment when taken prisoner at Long Island. 

James Wells, 1777-78, served in the Continental artillery. 

Mrs. Charlotte Reeve Conover. 11275 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Frank Conover. 

Descendant of Capt. Elisha Barlow, of New York. 
Daughter of John Charles Reeve and Emma Barlow, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Barlow and Polly Lewis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Barlow and Hannah Barlow, his wife. 

Elisha Barlow (1749-1828), was ensign of Dutchess county 
militia under Capt. Joshua Laselle, 1775, and promoted cap- 
tain the following year. 

Miss Alberta Dewey Hogg. 11274 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Dewey and of Eliphalet 

Dewey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Mather Hogg and Clara Hyde Dewey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Chauncey Dewey and Nancy Pritchard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Dewey and Rachel Ann Hyde, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Dewey and Temperance Bailey, 
his wife. 

Daniel Dewey, 1775, commanded a company from Leba- 
nan for the relief of Boston. He served in the Rhode Island 
campaign under Gen. Joseph Spencer. He was born 1731. 

Eliphalet Dewey was a private in his father's company, 
Col. Obadiah Johnson's regiment. 

Miss Laura W. Milliard. 1127J 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Lieut. Joel Hayes, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Richard Hilliard and Katherine Hayes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Newton Hayes and Sallie Wilcox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Hayes and Rebecca Post, his wife. 

Joel Hayes (1728-1817), was inspector of provisions and on 
the Committee of Correspondence for the relief of Boston. 
He also served in the militia. 

Also Nos. 913, 7362. 

Miss May Perin. 11276 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Sergt. Lemuel Perin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Lyman Perin and Mary Elizabeth Buchanan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Perin and Mary Simpkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Perin and Martha Nasel, his wife. 

Lemuel Perin (1749-1822) marched from Rehoboth under 
Capt. John Perry at the Lexington Alarm and was sergeant, 
1776, in Capt. Nathaniel Carpenter's company. He served 
several enlistments. He died in Indiana. 

Also Nos. 5557, 7125. 

Miss Leida Almira Ludlow. 11277 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Augustus S. Ludlow and Raxanna W. Wilson, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of John Ludlow and Hetty Niles, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Ludlow and Susan Ludlow, his second 

wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Ludlow and Catherine Cooper, 

his wife. 

Cornelius Ludlow, 1776, was commissioned major of Mor- 
ris county militia. He was at the battles of Three Rivers, 
Long Island, Springfield, Trenton, Princeton, Germantown 
and resigned November 13, 1777, on account of disability. 
He was born at New Providence, 1728, and died at Long 
Hill, 1812. 

Also Nos. 2794, 4343, 73^3- 

Miss Leonora Josephine Taylor. 11278 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Sergt. John Chenoweth, of Virginia. 



I08 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Dr. Richard Evans Taylor and Emma Josephine Taft, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard Taylor and Eliza Early, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Taylor and Sarah Chenoweth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Chenoweth and Hannah Cromwell, 
his wife. 

John Chenoweth, who had served in the early wars, enlisted 
1775 for three years in Capt. Richard Davis' company. He 
was captured at Fort Washington, when exchanged fought 
in the Jerseys and Carolinas. He was born in Maryland, 
1728, and died at Darksville 1820. 

Also Nos. 1723, 4923, 9292. 

Mrs. Eva M. Kite. 11279 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Thomas Kite. 

Descendant of Lieut. Benjamin Jackman, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of George Warren Bugbee and Mary Anna Mills, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Bugbee and Sally Carter Jackman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Jackman and Dorothy Sweat, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Jackman and Jane Woodman, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Jackman, 1776, served with the militia called out 
after the evacuation of New York. He was born at Bosca- 
wen, 1743, and died there, 1836. 

Mrs. Louise McClintock McKee. 11280 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Edward Sydney McKee. 

Descendant of William McClintock and of Lieut. John 

Mills, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Robert Scroggin McClintock and Sarah Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel McClintock and Louise Scroggin, his 

wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Scroggin and Narcessa Mills, his 
wife; William McClintock and Elizabeth McClintock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Mills and Ewing, his wife. 



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John Mills, 1779, entered the army as ensign and served to 
the close of the war. He died in Bottetourt county, 1833. 

William McClintock, 1778, enlisted for one year in Capt. 
Andrew Wallace's company, Col. James Wood's Eighth Vir- 
ginia Regiment. He was born in Ireland, 1743, and died in 
Kentucky, 1818. 

Mrs. Clara Hyde Dewey Hogg. 11281 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Charles Mather Hogg. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Dewey and of Eliphalet Dewey, 
of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Chauncey Dewey and Nancy Pritchard, his wife. 
See No. 11274. 

Mrs. Amy Fuller Hale. 11282 

Bon in Ohio. 

Wife of W. R. Hale. 

Descendant of Benjamin Fuller, Jr., of New York. 

Daughter of Milton R. Fuller and Margaret R. Fuller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gideon Fuller and Amy Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Fuller, Jr., and Polly York, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Fuller, Jr., enlisted in Capt. Adial Sherwood's 
company, Col. Morris Graham's regiment ; was captured Oc- 
tober 10, 1780, at Fort Ann, and not exchanged for two years. 
He died at Wilmington, Ohio, 1854, aged ninety-four. 

Also No. 6613. 

Mrs. Clara Rannells Lamb, 11285 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles De Voss Lamb. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Gaddis. 

Daughter of William Harvey Rannells and Sarah Louella Mat- 
thews, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Gaddis Rannells and Massa Jane Wi- 
ley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Rannells and Leah Gaddis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Gaddis and Hannah Rice, his 
wife. 

Thomas Gaddis gave valuable service during the Revolu- 



no DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI<UTlON. 



tion. His commission and discharge signed by Washington 
are still in the family. He died in Clinton county, Ohio, 1834, 
aged ninety. 

Mrs. Louie Augusta Evans Lacy. 11284 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Robert J. Lacy. 
Descendant of Daniel Stump, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Isaac Evans and Matilda Catherine Stump, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonas Stump and Prudence Smalley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Stump and Mary Stump, his wife. 
Daniel Stump enlisted from Winchester during the war. 

Mrs. Nancy Bosworth Fife. 1128^ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James Fife. 

Descendant of Corp. David Parsons, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Leaming Bosworth and Betsey Parsons, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Parsons and Lois Thompson, his wife. 

David Parsons enlisted, 1777, for the war in Capt. Samuel 
Comstock^s company and served as corporal, 1781. He was 
born at Derby, 1748, and died at Amenia, N. Y., 1812. 

Mrs. Mary Fisher Quinn. 11286 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Allan Trimble Quinn. 

Descendant of Lieut. Adam Fisher, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William B. Fisher and Euphenia Josephine Pegg, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of David Fisher and Nancy Burns, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Fisher and Susannah Jones, his wife. 

Adam Fisher, 1777, was adjutant of Lancaster county 
militia, and 1779 served as lieutenant of the Sixth Company. 
He died in Clermont county, Ohio, 1829, aged seventy-nine. 

Also No. 6105. 

Mrs. Harriet Louise Webster, 11287 

Born in Canada. 
Wife of James Reed Webster. 
Descendant of Lyman Clark, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George W. Wright and Emeline A. Taylor, his wife. 



^aid 



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Granddaughter of Jethro Taylor and Fanny Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lyman Clark and Ursula Winchell, his 
wife. 

Lyman Clark, 1776, enlisted under Capt. Noadiah Hooker. 
He reenlisted from Harwinton, 1777, for three years in Capt. 
William Judd's company, Col. Samuel Wylly's regiment. 

Miss Clara Louisa Webster. 11288 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lyman Clark, of Connecticut ; Capt. Reuben 
Fitz Randolph, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Reed Webster and Harriet Louisa Wright, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George W. Wright and Emeline A. Taylor, his 
wife; Joseph S. Marsh Webster and Letitia E. Webster, his wife. 

See No. 11287. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Webster and Mary Marsh* his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Marsh and Martha Fitz Randolph, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Fitz Randolph and Elizabeth 
Moore, his wife. 

Reuben Fitz Randolph commanded a company in the Sec- 
ond Regiment of Middlesex county militia. He died, 1784, 
aged fifty-one. 

Mrs. Harriett iMortley Pinkerton. 11289 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Willson Pinkerton. 

Descendant of Elias Conklin, of New York. 

Daughter of David Henry Mortley and Jane Sherwood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Sherwood and Rachel Palmer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Palmer and Hannah Conklin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Conklin and Charlotte Conklin, 
his wife. 

Elias Conklin was a private in the Rembrandt precinct 
militia and served several enlistments in different companies 
for State defense. He was born in Oswego county, 1755, and 
died in Broome county, 1839. 

Also No. 10707. 



112 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Martha Sharpe. 11290 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Denison, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Richard Sharpe and Sally Patterson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Patterson and Mary Denison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Denison and Elizabeth Sill, his wife. 

Nathan Denison, 1775, served on the Committee of Cor- 
respondence of Westmoreland and as captain of militia. He 
commanded the left wing at the battle of Wyoming Valley 
and signed the terms of capitulation with the British. He 
was born at Windham, 1740, and died at Wyoming, 1809. 

Also Nos. 216, 7893. 

Miss Elizabeth Montgomery Sharpe. 11291 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Col. Nathan Denison. 

Daughter of Richard Sharpe and Sally Patterson, his wife. 

See No. 11290. 

Mrs. Annie Schall Fisher. 11292 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Irwin Fisher. 

Descendant of Capt. John Lesher, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Sergt. John Calvin Schall and Susanna White, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gen. William Schall and Caroline Trexler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Trexler and Anna Lesher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Lesher and Elizabeth Levengood, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lesher and Mary Johanna Yo- 
der, his wife. 

John Lesher commanded a company at Long Island. He 
was a member of the Constitutional Convention, of the As- 
sembly and commissioner for purchasing supplies for the 
army. He was born in Holland, 171 1, and died at Oley, 
Berks county, 1794. 

Also Nos. 1939, 3060, 4262, 5525. 6296, 8617. 

Miss Mary Hubley Zeller. 11293 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Bernard Hubley, of Pennsylvania. 



LINEAGE BOOK. II3 



Daughter of John Zeller and Elizabeth Hubley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bernard Hubley and Mary Wasson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hubley and Jane McCord, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Bernard Hubley, who was 
born in Germany, served as barracks master of Lancaster 
county during the Revolution. He died at Lancaster, 1803, 
aged eighty-four. 

Also No. 3358. 



Mrs. Harriet Smith Scott. 11294 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Jacob Scott. 

Descendant of John Patterson, of New Hampshire; Eph- 
raim Patterson, of New York. 

Daughter of Col. Samuel Wells Smith and Mary McCullough, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. George McCullough and Parthenia Pat- 
terson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Patterson and Sarah Chandler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Patterson and Mary Curtis, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Patterson enlisted in Capt. John Strong's com- 
pany for home defense and served with the Green Mountain 
Rangers at the battle of Bennington. He was born at Strat- 
ford, Conn., 1739, and died at New Lebanon, N. Y., 1809. 

John Patterson (1711-1806) was town-agent of Piermont to 
distribute supplies to soldiers and their families. 

Also Nos. 4264, 5548. 

Mrs. Mary A. Dolph Misener. 1129^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Widow of James Graham Misener. 

Descendant of Moses Dolph, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Alexander Dolph and Susanna London, his wife. 

Granddaughtter of Moses Dolph and Anna McArthur, his wife. 

Moses Dolph (1756-1826) served as a private in Capt. 
Charles Graham's company. Col. Philip Van Courtlandt's 
regiment, New York Line. 

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114 DAUGHTKJR.S OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Mary Ann Gloninger Gilroy. 11296 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry E. Gilroy. 

Descendant of Isaiah Beaumont, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Cyrus Dorsey Gloninger and Julia Beaumont, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Beaumont and Julia Colt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaiah Beaumont and Fear Alden, his wife. 

Isaiah Beaumont, 1775, at the age of seventeen served at 
the siege of Boston. He was in the New York campaign, 
with Washington in the Jerseys until wounded at Princeton. 
In 1833 ^c applied from Ohio for an additional pension. 

Also Nos. 2710, 5539, 

Mrs. Mary Hoffer Bowman. 11297 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George S. Bowman. 

Descendant of John Carmany, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Isaac Hoflfer and Caroline Seigrist, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Seigrist and Hannah Carmany, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Carmany and Barbara Wunderlich, his 
wife. 

John Carmany, 1776, at the age of sixteen, served in the 
Lancaster County Battalion of the Flying Camp at Long 
Island. He died at Campbellstown, 1840. 

Mrs. Debbie Norris Coleman Brock. 11298 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Horace Brock. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Coleman, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Dawson Coleman and Deborah Brown, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Coleman and Harriet Dawson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Coleman and Anne Old, his wife. 

Robert Coleman, 1776, served in the Flying Camp in Col. 
James Cunningham's battalion. He manufactured at his iron 
works, shot, shell and the chain used in defense of the Dela- 
ware river. He was born in Ireland, 1748, and died at Lan- 
caster, 1825. 

Also No. 10327. 



UN^AGH BOOK. 115 



Mrs. Sarah Coleman Brock. 11299 

Bom in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Arthur Brock. 
Descendant of Lieut. Robert Coleman. 

Daughter of George Dawson Coleman and Deborah Brown, his 
wife. 
See No. 11298. 

Miss Fanny Brown Coleman. 11300 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Coleman. 

Daughter of George Dawson Coleman and Deborah Brown, his 
wife. 
See No. 11298. 

Mrs. Matilda Mish Killinger, 11301 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles H. Killinger. 

Descendant of Capt. David Krause and of Lieut. Adam 
Orth, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John W. Mish and Amelia E. Krause, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Krause and Elizabeth Lineaweaver, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Krause and Regina Orth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Adam Orth and Anna Katherine Kucher, 
his wife. 

David Krause (1750-1822) served in the Jersey campaign 
1776-77, and Washington sent 270 Hessian prisoners to his 
charge after the battles of Princeton and Trenton. He was 
subsequently commissary of Greenawalt's battalion. 

Adam Orth (1733-94) was lieutenant of Lancaster Associa- 
ators. He was born and died in Lebanon township. 

Also Nos. 892, 6928. 

Mrs. Bessie Henry Armstrong Bayard. 11302 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of James Bayard. 

Descendant of Capt. Joakim Gulick, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Edward Armstrong and Elizabeth Harrison Gulick, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Gulick and Eliza King Henry, his wife. 



Il6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Gr.-granddaughter of Joakim Gulick and Rebecca Emans, his wife. 

Joakim Gulick commanded a company in the Second and 
Third Middlesex County regiments. He also served as cap- 
tain in Somerset county, where he was born, 1724. 

Mrs. Mary Lee Patton. 11303 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Edward W. Patton. 
Descendant of James Ferrell, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of James Ferrell Lee and Lavinia Adams, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Lee and Anne Ferrell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Ferrell and Elizabeth Stone, his wife. 

James Ferrell (1758-1848) served in the Gloucester county 
militia, and also under Capt. Elias Longstreet and Capt. Wil- 
liam Bond in the Continental Line. 

Mrs. Mary Frances Fox. 11304 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Harmon Stout, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Benjamin Simmons Hort and Mary Bryan Vau- 
ghan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Vaughan and Anna Maria Stout, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughte^ of Harmon Stout and Anna Hall, his wife. 

Harmon Stout, 1776, entered the army as ensign and was 
promoted captain the following year. He was detailed to 
escort Capt. Alexander Graydon on the mission to General 
Schuyler and passed through Princeton, New York, Pough- 
keepsie, Albany, and delivered safely the specie needed to 
prosecute the Canadian campaign. He rendered important 
service at the battle of Paoli. He was born at Hackensack, 
N. J. 1745, and died at Philadelphia, 1803. 

Also No. 9323. 

Mrs. Mary Bryan Hort. 1130^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Benjamin Simmons Hort. 
Descendant of Capt. Harmon Stout. 

Daughter of John Vaughan and Anna Maria Stout, his wife. 
See No. 11304. 



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Mrs. Caroline Alricks Forster Duncan, 11306 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Rollinson Duncan. 

Descendant of John Forster, Matthew Law, David Lusk, 
Col. Thomas Bull, Capt. John Hamilton, Jr., and Hon. Hugh 
Alexander, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Benjamin Law Forster and Ann Bull Alricks, his wife. 

Granddaughter of .Gen. John Forster and Margaret Snodgrass 
Law, his wife; Hon. Hamilton Alricks and Caroline Jacobs Bull, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Forster and Catherine Dickey, his 
wife; James Alricks and Martha Hamilton, his wife; Benjamin Law 
and Rebecca Lusk, his wife; Rev. Levi Bull and Ann Jacobs, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hamilton, Jr., and Margaret Alex- 
ander, his wife; Matthew Law and Margaret Snodgrass, his wife; 
Thomas Bull and Ann Hunter, his wife; David Lusk and Rebecca 
Culberson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Alexander and Martha Ed- 
meston, his wife; John Hamilton and Jane Allen, his wife. 

John Hamilton, Jr., 1776, commanded a company of volun- 
teer Light Horse raised for assistance at Trenton. He was 
born in Chester county, 1749, and died at Harrisburg, 1793. 

Hugh Alexander, 1776, was a delegate to the Constitutional 
Convention and signed the Declaration of Rights. He was 
a member of the Assembly when he died at Philadelphia, 
1777, aged fifty-three. 

Matthew Law, 1775, enlisted in the Bucks County Asso- 
ciators as a private. 

David Lusk, 1777, served in the Cumberland county militia. 

John Forster, 1776, was a private in the Lancaster County 
Associators. He was born 1725, and died 1789. 

Thomas Bull, 1776, was captured at Fort Washington and 

suffered on the prison ship "Jersey." He received a pension. 

He was born in Chester county, 1744, where he died, 1837. 
Also Nos. 870, 4026, 4256, 6751, 6924, 7604, 10781. 

Miss Mary Catharine McAllister. 11307 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Col. Richard McAllister, Capt. Archibald 



Il8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

McAllister, Capt. John Harris, Jr., and Gen. John Andre 

Hanna, all of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Harris McAllister and Amanda C. Lantz, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Carson McAllister and Frances Harris 
Hanna, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Archibald McAllister and Elizabeth Carson, 
his wife; John Andre Hanna and Mary Reed Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard McAllister and Mary Dill, his 
wife; John Harris, Jr., and Mary Reed, his wife. 

Richard McAllister served with the Associators and was 
colonel of York county minute men at Long Island and the 
Jersey campaign. He was a member of the Committee of 
Safety, 1776; made lieutenant of the county of York, by the 
Council of Philadelphia, June 14, 1777, and gave important 
civil service during the war. He founded tfie town of Han- 
over, where he died, 1795, aged seventy. 

Archibald McAllister (1756-1831) commanded a company 
at the battles of Germantown and Monmouth. 

John Harris, Jr., was a member of the Committee of Ob- 
servation and, 1775-76, a delegate to the Provincial Congress 
and Convention. He was commissioned captain in Col. Wil- 
liam Cook's regiment, and 1777 appointed to take subscrip- 
tions for the Continental loan. He died, 1791, at Harrisburg, 
the city that he founded, aged sixty-four. 

Also Nos. 263, 1258, 4844, 6065. 

John Andre Hanna was fourteen when war was declared. 
He died, 1805, a distinguished officer and his loyalty in youth 
to the cause of the colonies is related in the History of 
Dauphin County. 

Mrs. Laura Ford MacNichol. 11308 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of George Pope MacNichol, M. D. 
Descendant of Isaac Stone, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Edward Ford and Carrie J. Ross, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George L. Ross and Laura Hampton, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hampton and Emily Stone, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Stone and Chloe Morey, his wife. 
Isaac Stone, 1778, enlisted from Norton at the age of twelve 
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enlistments and was a pensioner when he died in New York, 
1844. 
Also No. 10751. 

Mrs. Nannie C. Denniston. 11^09 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of William Duffield, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Thomas A. Boullt and Sarah Bell Harry, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George I. Harry and Susan Bell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bell and Susan Duffield, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughtetr of William Duffield and Susannah Duf- 
field, his wife. 

William Duffield, who was born in Ireland, was a delegate 
from Cumberland Valley to the first Constitutional Conven- 
tion. He also served in the Assembly. He died in Franklin 
county, 1799, aged seventy-two. 

Miss M. Rena Beatty. 11310 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of William Duffield. 

Daughter of Robley D. Beatty and Nannie C. Boullt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas A. Boullt and Sarah Bell, his wife. 
See No. 11309. 

Mrs. Katharine Bailey Hodkinson. u^u 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Francis Hodkinson. 

Descendant of William Davis and of John Davis, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Henry J. Bailey and Catharine Graydon McFaden, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McFaden and Eliza McGunnegle Davis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Davis and Mary McGunnegle, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Davis and Mary Means, his wife. 

William Davis, who had served in the early wars contrib- 
uted horses, wagons and the produce of his farm for the Con- 
tinental Army. He served in the ranks at the battle of Tren- 
ton and his wife prepared lint for the wounded in their home, 



I20 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

where the cannon could be distinctly heard. He was born 
in Ireland, 1730, and died in Crawford county, 1824. 

John Davis (1764-1839) drove his team and carried stores 
from Trenton to the army near New York. He was thanked 
by Washington for his promptness. 

Also Nos. 984, 4952, 5514, 8011. 

Mrs. Ethel Mansfield Ross Otis. 113 12 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Walter Otis. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Ross and of Ens. Daniel Mc- 
Collum, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of A. Marshall Ross and Laura B. Hagans, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Clay Hagans and Caroline Hagans, his 
wife; Moses Andrews Ross and Cynthia A. Mitchell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Harrison Hagans and Jane McCollom, his 
wife; Robert Ross, Jr., and Elizabeth Virginia Lemaire, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel McCollum and Sarah Moore, his 
wife; Robert Ross and Dorcas Andrews, his wife. 

Robert Ross (1753-1823) enlisted at the beginning of the 
war and served eight years. He was color-bearer at the 
storming of Stony Point. 

Also Nos. 1 130, 2026, Z72/^. 

Daniel McCollum (1754-1842) served with the York County 
Associators of the Flying Camp and they suffered severely 
at Long Island. He died in Preston county, Va. 

Also Nos. 3254, 8609. 

Mrs. Susan a. Bahn Watt. 113 13 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Andrew Watt. 
Descendant of Lieut. Henry Liphart and of Capt. John 

Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Jacob Bahn and Elizabeth Liphart, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Liphart and Susannah Weltzhoffer, his 
wife; John Bahn and Catharine Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Liphart and Isabella Hunkle, his 
wife; John Morgan and Catharine Comfort, his wife. 

Henry Liphart served as lieutenant of York county militia. 

John Morgan was lieutenant at Long Island, where he was 
taken prisoner and not exchanged for two years. He died, 
1782, from injuries received from marauding soldiers. 



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Mrs. Clara Cady Chace. 113 14 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of James E. Chace. 

Descendant of Capt. David Cady, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Willard D. Spaulding and Clarissa S. Spaulding, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Zadoc Spaulding and Mary Cady, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Cady, Jr., and Lois Cleveland, his 
wife. 

David Cady, Jr., (1743-1807) commanded a company for the 
relief of Boston in Col. Obadiah Johnson's regiment. 
Also No. 10788. 

Mrs. Abby Greene Harris Ames. ujij 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Samuel Ames. 

Descendant of Col. Christopher Greene, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Cyrus Harris and Abby Spalding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lovwell Spalding and Susannah Greene, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Job Greene and Abigail Rhodes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Greene and Anne Lippitt* 
his wife. 

Christopher Greene, 1775, was taken prisoner at Quebec 
and when exchanged repulsed with inferior numbers the 
British at Red Bank. For this brilliant action was con- 
gratulated by Washington and Congress voted him a sword. 
He served under Lafayette and was killed by a band of Tories 
in 1 781, aged forty-four. 

Also No. 930. 

Mrs. Nettie Maria Comstock Lomas. 11316 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of George H. Lomas. 

Descendant of Col. Elisha Mowry, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of "Benjamin Comstock and Mary Randall, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Smith Randall and Mary Olney, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Randall and Marcy Mowry, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Mowry and Phebe Gulley, his wife. 

Elisha Mowry (1735-92) was appointed by Gov. Nicholas 
Cooke, lieutenant colonel of the Providence county militia. 
Also No. 1677. 



122 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Mrs. Mary King Norwood McNeill. 113 17 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of W. D. McNeill. 
Descendant of Capt. John Norwood, of South Carolina; 

Benjamin King, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Alexander Norwood and Mary Louisa Wil- 
kins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Norwood and Sarah Anne Norwood, his 
wife; Samuel Bellenger Wilkins and Mary Louisa King, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Norwood and Mary Warren, his wife; 
Ely King and Rachel Murfee Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin King and Deliverance Eddy, 
his wife. 

John Norwood (1751-1826) served under Gen. Francis 
Marion in the partisan warfare of the Carolinas. 

Benjamin King was a delegate to the Provincial Congress 
and chairman of the Committee of Safety of Raynham, where 
he died, 1803, aged eighty-three. His sons George, William, 
Asa, Gains and Steven served in the army. 

Also No. 9060. 

Miss Mary Gwaltney. 11318 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Maj. Absalom Bonham and of James Bon- 
ham, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Luther R. Gwaltney, D. D., and Sophia Lipscomb, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lipscomb and Sarah Bonham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Bonham and Sophia Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Absalom Bonham and Jemima H. Bon- 
ham, his wife. 

Absalom Bonham enlisted in the New Jersey Line at the 
beginning of the war, and at the close was honorably dis- 
charged as brevet major. He was a member of the Society 
of the Cincinnati. 

James Bonham, although but a lad, served at Yorktown. 

Also Nos. 7291, 8271. 

Miss Sophie Gwaltney. 113 19 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Maj. Absalom Bonham and of James Bon- 
ham. 



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Daughter of Luther R. Gwaltney, D. D., and Sophia Lipscomb, his 
wife. 
See No. 11318. 

Mrs. Sarah Lewis Simkins. 11320 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Samuel McGowan Simkins. 

Descendant of Hon. Lewis Morris and of Col. Lewis Mor- 
ris, Jr., of New York ; Capt. Arnoldus Vanderhorst, of South 
Carolina. 

Daughter of John W. Lewis and Raven Vanderhorst, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elias Vanderhorst and Ann Morris, his wife. 

Or. -granddaughter of Lewis Morris, Jr., and Ann Elliott, his wife; 
and of Arnoldus Vanderhorst. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Morris and Mary Walton, his 
wife. 

Lewis Morris (1726-98) was a member of the Continental 
Congress until he resigned, 1777, and was succeeded by his 
half-brother Gouverneur. He was a signer of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. 

Lewis Morris, Jr., 1776-79, was aide to Gen. John Sullivan 
and received the thanks of Congress for gallantry on the field. 
He served to the close of the war as aide to Gen. Nathaniel 
Greene in the Southern campaign. 

Also Nos. 249, 1258, 2485, 3022, 4989. 

Arnoldus Vander Horst commanded a company of militia. 

Also No. 6640. 

Miss Marie Rebecca Cheatham. 11321 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Theodore Trezevant and of Rev. James 
Hampden Thomson, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of John Henry Cheatham and Katharine Johnson Wig- 
fall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Arthur Thomson Wigfall and Sarah Ag- 
nes Bacon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Durand Wigfall and Eliza Thomson,, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Hampden Thomson and Char- 
lotte Trezevant, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Theodore Trezevant and Katharine 
Timothy, his wife. 



124 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Theodore Trezevant was a member of the first Provincial 
Congress and was captured, 1780, when Charleston surrend- 
ered to the British. He died at Charleston, 1797, aged sev- 
enty-five. 

James Hampden Thomson after the capitulation of Charles- 
ton was seized for refusing to become a British subject and 
carried to St. Augustine. He acted as chaplain to the dis- 
tinguished prisoners during their incarceration. 

Also Nos. 3961, 4282, 8032. 

Miss Louise Miller. 11322 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of William McDowell and Ellen McDowell, of 
South Carolina. 

Daughter of Edmund Miller and Louisa Catharine Gregg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Gadsden Gregg and Louisa Isabella Mc- 
Call, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McCall and Margaret McDowell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William McDowell, Jr. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William McDowell and Ellen Mc- 
Dowell, his wife. 

William McDowell was at the battles of Hanging Rock and 
King's Mountain. In a cave near his dwelling he manufac- 
tured powder that was used at King's Mountain. 

Ellen McDowell served as a nurse at King's Mountain. 
She was a woman of energy as well as courage and her assist- 
ance in the manufacture of powder was invaluable. 

Mrs, Isabella Hemphill Caldwell Bell. 11323 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of John P. Bell. 

Descendant of David McCalla and of William Adair, of 
South Carolina. 

Daughter of William Caldwell and Bethia Hemphill McCalla, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James McCalla and Bethia Hemphill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David McCalla and Mary Nixon Adair, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.- granddaughter of William Adair and Mary Adair, his wife. 

William Adair was a patriot too old for active duty, but his 



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sons James, William and John served as soldiers. The 
Tories were about to hang him, because his sons were with 
the army, but released him upon deciding that it was the 
mother who had urged them to their rebellious course. 

David McCalla served through the war as a private and was 
in the hard fought battle of Eutaw Springs. He was born in 
Ireland, 1754, and died in Chester county, 1826. 

Mrs. Mary Caroline Gary Eason. 11324 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of James Monroe Eason. 

Descendant of Capt. James Withcrspoon, of South Caro- 
lina. 

Daughter of Dr. F. F. Gary and Mary Caroline Blackburn, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Thomas R. Gary and Mary A. Porter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Porter and Mary Elizabeth Wither- 
spoon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Witherspoon and Nancy White, 
his wife. 

James Witherspoon (1759-91) entered the service of Gen. 
Francis Marion as lieutenant. He commanded the King's 
Tree company, 1782, and his commissions were lost in the 
civil war. He was born and died at Williamsburg. 

Also No. 3260. 

Miss Claudine Rhett. 1 1325 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Descendant of Capt. Victor Daniel De Saussure, of South 

Carolina. 

Daughter of Hon. Robert Barnwell Rhett and Elizabeth Wash- 
ington Burnet, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Andrew Burnet and Elizabeth Washington De 
Saussure, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Victor Daniel De Saussure and Mary Mac- 
Pherson, his wife. 

Victor Daniel De Saussure (1736-98) was a member of the 
Provincial Congress and commanded a volunteer company 
at the siege of Charleston, where he was captured. 



126 DAUGHT^S OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Elvira D. Mather Barclay. 11326 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Lucian T. Barclay. 
Descendant of John Chapman, of New Hampshire ; Sergt. 

Eleazar Mather, M. D., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William T. Mather and Sarah Chapman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Watrous Mather and Hannah Thompson, his 
wife; John Chapman and Ruth Berri, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Eleazer Mather, M. D., and Irene Starlin, 
his wife. 

Eleazer Mather (1753- 1837) was sergeant in Capt. Samuel 
Mather's company, stationed at New London, 1776. 

John Chapman, 1780, enlisted in Capt. Jason Wait's com- 
pany. Third New Hampshire Regiment. He died at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., 1829. 

Mrs. Anna Hawes Blanton. 11327 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of John Dielle Blanton. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Pierce, of Massachusetts ; Capt. 
William Stirling Smith, of Virginia ; Jesse Hawes, of Maine. 

Daughter of John Caskie Miller and Ann Almeria Hawes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Pierce Hawes and Judith Anna Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hawes and Ann Pierce, his wife; Wil- 
liam Stirling Smith and Judith Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Pierce and Elizabeth Howe, his 
wife. 

Samuel Pierce served in the Suffolk county militia through- 
out the war, and in the Jersey and Rhode Island campaigns. 
He was born at Dorchester, 1739, and died there, 181 5. 

Jesse Hawes (1758-1808) served as sergeant during the war. 

William Stirling Smith entered the army as sergeant and 
rose to the rank of captain. He was born in Henrico county, 
1758, where he died, 1829. 

Also No. 951. 

Mrs, Sarah Sisson Wendelken. 11328 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of John M. Wendelken. 
Descendant of Sergt. Jeremiah Bingham, Elisha Field, 



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Elisha Field, Jr., of Vermont; Jared Hinckley and Daniel 
Strong, of Connecticut; Elijah Kirkham, of Massachusetts; 

Lieut. Elias De Long, of New York. 

Daughter of Frederick Plummer Sisson and Mary Ann Field, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Luman Field and Abigail De Long, his wife; 
Pardon Sisson and Merissa Hinckley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron De Long and Sylina Bingham, his 
wife; Timothy Hinckley and Salome Strong, his wife; Elisha Field, 
Jr., and Ruth Kirkham, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Bingham and Abigail Hawkes, 
his wife; Jared Hinckley and Anne Hyde, his wife; Daniel Strong 
and Esther ChappeU his wife; Elisha Field and Betty Pratt, his wife; 
Elias De Long and Isabel Dickinson, his wife; and of Elijah Kirk- 
ham. 

Jeremiah Bingham was at Bennington and served in the 
commissary in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born at 
Norwich, 1748, and died at Cornwall, Vt., 1842. 

Elisha Field and his son Elisha served in frontier defense. 
They are both buried at Cornwall, Vt. 

Jared Hinckley (1731-1820) enlisted from Lebanon, and was 
at White Plains, Germantown, Fort Mifflin and Monmouth. 

Daniel Strong (1719-1808) served at New York, and was 
under Gen. John Sullivan at the battle of Rhode Island. 

Elijah Kirkham was at the battle of Bunker Hill. 

Elias De Long served under different commands and as 
lieutenant of Levies under Col. William Malcom. 

Mrs. Celeste A. Royster Worthington. 11329 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Thomas Payne Worthington. 

Descendant of Col. William Fleming, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Woodson Royster and Annie Fleming, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Israel Fleming and Nancy Marshall 
Bacey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Fleming and Annie Christian, his 
wife. 

William Fleming, who had served in the early wars, was ap- 
pointed, 1775, commissioner to settle claims for the govern- 
ment. He was a member of the Council of State and acting 
governor when Arnold and Tarleton invaded the State. He 
was born in Scotland, 1729, and died in Roanoke county, 1795. 



128 DAUGHT^S OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Ida Stevens McLaurin. 11330 

Born in Texas. 
Wife of Lauch McLaurin. 

Descendant of Col. John Griffith McRee, of North Carolina. 
Daughter of Joel Ring Stevens and Margaret McRee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Neil Richardson McRee and Mary 
Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Griffith McRee and Helen Purdy, his 
wife. 

John Griffith McRee, 1776, entered the service as captain. 
He was taken prisoner at Charleston, 1780, and when ex- 
changed served to the close of the war. He was born 1723, 
and died at Wilmington about 1801. 

Mrs. Nellie A. Perry White. 11531 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Bradley White. 

Descendant of Joseph Bridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Bridge Perry and Isabella Knight Erskine, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Pardon Perry and Sally Bridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Bridge and Lurana Hinsdale, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bridge and Sarah Crosset, his 
wife. 

Joseph Bridge was a minute man in Capt. John Parker's 
company at the battle of Lexington. He was born at Spen- 
cer, 1752, and died at Northfield, 1831. 

Miss Delia E. Miller. 11332 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Capt. William McCune, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Chester H. Miller and Mary McCune, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McCune and Sarah Harris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William McCune and Elizabeth Whitney, 
his wife. 

William McCune, 1776-78, served as captain in Col. Seth 

Warner's regiment. He was born in Scotland, 1729, and 

died, 1807, at West Brattleboro, where he is buried. 
Also No. 10262. 



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Mrs. Leonora Huntington Mimms. 11333 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of John H. Mimms. 

Descendant of Eliphalet Huntington, Capt. Ebenezer Lath- 
rop, Sergt. Ebenezer Lathrop, Jr., of Connecticut; Hon. 
Daniel Forbes, Fortunatus Nichols, Capt. Benjamin Pepper 
and Capt. Elijah Clayes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Lathrop Huntington and Hannah Flagg 
Forbes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Huntington and Anne Lathrop, his 
wife; Eli Forbes and Clarissa Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lathrop, Jr., and Deborah Lath- 
rop, his wife; Elisha Forbes and Hannah Flagg, his wife; Eliphalet 
Huntington and Dinah Rudd, his wife; Fortunatus Nichols and 
Sarah Clayes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Forbes and Abigail Severs, his 
wife; Ebenezer Lathrop and Lydia Tracy Leffingwell, his wife; Eli- 
jah Clayes and Abigail Pepper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Pepper and Abigail Pratt, 
his wife. 

Eliphalet Huntington (1737-99) enlisted from Windham, 
1775, in the Eighth Continental Regiment commanded by 
Col. Jedediah Huntington. His brother Samuel was a signer 
of the Declaration of Independence. 

Ebenezer Lathrop, 1777, commanded a company at Sara- 
toga. He was born at Norwich, 1702, and died there, 1781. 

Ebenezer Lathrop, Jr., turned out at the Lexington Alarm. 

Daniel Forbes (1710-80) served on the Committee of Cor- 
respondence and in the General Court. He was born and 
died at Westboro. 

Fortunatus Nichols, 1777, at seventeen served under Capt. 
Silas Gates. He died at Westborough, 1842. 

Benjamin Pepper, who had served in the early wars was a 
member of the Framingham Committee of Correspondence. 

Elijah Clayes served in the Second New Hampshire Regi- 
ment and was killed at the battle of White Plains. 

Also Nos. 998, 7102, 8133. 

Mrs. Mary E. Wells. 11334 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of Henry Wells. 
(9) 



I30 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Descendant of Abimael Dodge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James D. Tanner and Betsey Dodge, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Dodge and Roxy Blackman, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Abimael Dodge, who ehlisted at 
the age of seventeen in 1777 and served in the Northern De- 
partment under Capt. Abel Dinsmore, Col. Ruggles Wood- 
bridge's regiment. He died at Madison, N. Y., 1810. 

Mrs. Mary Francis Jackson Peck. 1133J 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Charles W. Peck, M. D. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Ephraim Jackson, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of John Jackson and Georgiana Alden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jackson and Hannah Finney Holton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Jackson and Abagail Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Jackson and Mary Davis, his 
wife. 

Ephraim Jackson, who had served in the early wars, turned 
out from Newton at the Lexington Alarm. In 1776 he was 
Heutenant colonel under Col. Thomas Marshall and died in 
camp at Valley Forge, 1777, aged forty-eight. 

Also No. 6440. 

Miss Julia Amanda Clifford Jackson. 113^6 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Lieut. CoL Ephraim Jackson, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Levi Finney Jackson and Amanda E. CliflFord, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jackson and Hannah Finney Holton, his 
wife. 

See No. II33S. 

Miss Edith Howe. 113^7 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Williams and of Silas Hodges, 

M. D., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Hon. John Howe, Jr., and Emma Dana, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Hon. John Howe and Hannah Williams Heath, 
his wife; Anderson Green Dana, M. D., and Eliza Ann Fuller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Heath and Hannah Williams, his 
wife; Roger Fuller and Rachel Hodges, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Williams and Anne W. Dudley, 
his wife; Silas Hodges and Rachel Freeman, his wife. 

Joseph Williams was one of the first members of the "Sons 
of Liberty." He served as muster master during the Revolu- 
tion and died at Roxbury, 1798, aged ninety. 

Silas Hodges was surgeon, and served on Washington's 
staff. He died at Clarendon, Vt., 1804, aged sixty-three. 

Also Nos. 1055, 1407, 5477, 6767. 

Mrs. Margaret Atkinson Dudley. 11^38 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Sidney Johnston Dudley. 
Descendant of Capt. John Foster and of Lieut. Hugh 

Hayes. 

Daughter of Henry A. Atkinson, Jr., and Belle Virginia Dobson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Dobson and Margaret Mary Hayes, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joel Hayes and Margaret Billups, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hayes and Elizabeth Foster, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Foster and Anne Blacknall, his 
wife; Hugh Hayes and Elizabeth Diggs, his wife. 

John Foster and Hugh Hayes served from Gloucester 
county in the Virginia Line during the Revolution. 

Miss Lucy Clair Atkinson. 11339 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Lieut. Hugh Hayes and of Capt. John Fos- 
ter. 

Daughter of Henry A. Atkinson, Jr., and Belle Virginia Dobson, 
his wife. 

See No. 11338. 

Miss Clara Mary Tuttle. 11340 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Aaron Austin, Judge Eliphalet Austin and 



132 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ebenezer Seeley, of Connecticut ; Amos Tuttle, of Vermont, 
and Kitchel Reed, of New York. 

Daughter of Albert Henry Tuttle and Kate Austin Seeley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Boudinot Seeley and Charlotte Cowles Austin, 
his wife; Henry Blakeslee Tuttle and Emeline Reed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Eliphalet Austin, Jr., and Sallie Ber- 
rian Cowles, his wife; David Tuttle and Nancy B. Peck, his wife; 
Kitchel Reed, Jr., and Sarah Dibble, his wife; Uri Seeley and Abbey 
Turney, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Austin and Sybel Dudley, his 
wife; Ebenezer Seeley and Anna Coley, his wife; Amos Tuttle and 
Mary Parks, his wife; and Kitchel Reed. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Aus'tin. 

Aaron Austin (1716-1802) served in the militia during the 
Revolution, as did his sons, Aaron, Eliphalet and Nathaniel. 

Also No. 9822. 

Eliphalet Austin, at the age of seventeen, enlisted, 1777; 
the following year was made sergeant, and was at the battles 
of Germantown and Monmouth. He was a pensioner when 

he died in Ohio, 1838. 

Also No. 1635. 

Ebenezer Seeley enlisted, 1778, and served when Tryon in- 
vaded the State. He was a pensioner when he died at Wes- 
ton, 1842, aged eighty-one. 

Amos Tuttle (1745- 1800) served in the Vermont militia un- 
der Capt. Hurd, Col. Allen's regiment. 

Kitchel Reed (1754-1842) enlisted in Capt. Joseph Tanner's 
company, Col. Peter Van Ness' regiment and served at Ben- 
nington and Bemis Heights. 

Mrs. Mary S. Cosby. 11341 

Born in North Carolina. 
Wife of John Hamilton Cosby. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Smith, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of John Wilson, M. D., and Cornelia Stevenson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Wilson and Anne Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth Harrison, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Mary Webb, his wife. 

Samuel Smith was justice of the county court when war 
was declared. In 1777 he qualified as major and the follow- 



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year was made colonel. He served several terms in the 
Senate from Granville county, where he died, 1800, aged 
seventy-one. He was born in Essex county, Va. 

MRS. ASBURYNA TILDEN PHELPS. 11342 

Born in Virginia. 

Widow of Richard Phelps. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Bell Tilden, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Bell Tilden and Jane Chambers, his wife. 

John Bell Tilden, 1779, entered the army as ensign and was 
at the surrender of Yorktown, where he was appointed to re- 
ceive the surrendered arms. He served to the close of the 
war and became a member of the Cincinnati. He was born at 
Philadelphia, 1761, and died in Virginia, 1838. 

Also No. 128. 

Mrs. Katharine Lackland Purnell. 11343 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of William Henry Purnell, Jr. 

Descendant of Gen. Roger Nelson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Judge John Ritchie and Betty Harrison Maulsby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge William Pinkney Maulsby and Emily 
Catharine Contee Tyler Nelson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Roger Nelson and Betty Harrison, his wife. 

Roger Nelson (1759-1815), a student at the college of Wil- 
liam and Mary, ran away, 1776, and enlisted in a troop of 
Horse under Col. William Washington. He was captured 
at Charleston; when exchanged was commissioned lieuten- 
ant, 1780. He was left for dead upon the field at Camden, 
but recovered and served to the close of the war. He bore 
the scars of sixteen wounds, and was a member of the Cincin- 
nati. He was born and died in Frederick county. 

Also Nos. 269, 1689, 4490, 5425, 7717, 8073, 10284. 

Mrs. Caroline Elmendorf Loag. 11344 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Robert Loag. 

Descendant of Col. David Moseley, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Joy Elmendorf and Henrianna Green, his wife. 



134 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMEiaCAN REVOLCTIOX. 



Granddaughter of Henry Atkinson Green and Anna Amorj 
Tucker, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joshua Green and Mary Moiscley, Ins wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of David Moselcy and Lyifia Gaj, his wife. 

David Moseley commanded a companr at Ticonderoga, 
1776. and served under Col. John Moselev in the Bnrgojiie 
campaign. In his journal is writteo. ""retnmed home Oct. 19, 
taking General Burgoyne's sword with mc-" In 1782 he was 
colonel of the Third Hampshire Connty Reymcnt. He was 
bom at Westfield, 1735, and died there, 1798. 

Also Xos. 2527, 3968. 7486, 1062s 

Mrs. Harriet E Cole Willis. i i ^? 

Rom ic Massackssctts. 

Wfrc of Otis F. WUis. 

DesceTviar.t of Xathanie: Barson and a: Joshxsa White, d 
Xew Hampshire. 

D^ng-hter of Xitharitl "Uthtier Cojc and Sarat- Snmh Sinie, his 
"wrrft. 

Grtrddicg-btiT of Thomas Roaie and Mary Merssrva. White his 

Gr.-^T£r?dc2it32^ht.?r of Josbuz l^'hiic and "Hannah "Rgr^fm, his 

Gr "qr-gr^nntizngbrcT of Xarhanicl BaisoxL 

f '.shu^ V/hi:e carted from Newcastle to Concord, powder 
which v.-a> usee at I^exington. He signed the Association 
Test, z"^^^- 2tnd >erved in Capt Dame! Carlisle's companv, 
Col. Tirriothv Be^^e!"- re^ment. He was borr at Xewxastic, 
:r?- and -r-e'i there, t^ic. 

^^athari^l Bzit^'^r si^jned the Associatior Test. 

MPS. ViApv Sanos Greenslade. 11^46 

T»^?e-a£.-t o: J>>e7h V'rrk? ar.i o: Lieti: Johr W^lx^eler, 

^ r T r, -w.,-^*»- 

• ^'i~r"~r" ' .'T rrr - . .' ^ , ~^:r a.T ^ A...*.!^ »^ rf'»Ls fee untc 
■■"-1--::?-^:--- S^-'-t vV-' 1- We-ks ir.c \is.r: S^zids h^s wife, 
■~r--~--'izii~'-' - l-~r- V.>e<f ^--.i Firr.: \Vheeler hrs wife 



LINEAGE BOOK. 1 35 



Joseph Weeks, 1775, served as a minute man and was cor- 
poral under Capt. Samuel Billings, Jr. He was born at 
Hardwick, Mass., 1746, and died at Hardwick, Vt., 1836. 

John Wheeler was sergeant in Capt. Daniel Shay's com- 
pany and served as lieutenant under Capt. Edward Ruggles. 

Miss Frances Temple Ellery. iiM7 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Ellery. 

Daughter of Harrison Ellery and Sarah Marcia Holland, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ellery and Harriet Foster Sayward, 
his wife. » 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ellery and Sarah Cunningham, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Ellery served several enlistments under different 

commands and his name is found in a list of prisoners, 1780, 

at Nova Scotia. He was born at Gloucester, Mass., 1753, and 

died there, 1833. 

Miss Harriet Livermore Cutter. 11348 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Benjamin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Cutter and Harriet Benjamin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Benjamin and Catherine Stanwood, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Benjamin and Tabitha Livermore, 
his wife. 

Samuel Benjamin states in a certificate dated Livermore, 
that he served from the battle of Lexington until the army 
was reduced, 1782. He was entitled to half pay during life 
and died, 1824, aged seventy-one. 

Also Nos. 810, 1549, 4587, 7219, 8284, 10066. 

Mrs. Charlotte E. Miller Spalding. 11349 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Edmund M. Spalding. 
Descendant of Samuel Wright, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Asher Miller and Elizabeth R. Miller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Luther Miller and Phoebe Wright, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wright and Vienna Bond, his wife. 



13^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLITTIOX. 



Samuel Wright turned out for the relief of Boston and 

served under Capt. Solomon Wills. He was in garrison at 

Fort Dayton and, 1777, a private in Capt. Abner Bacon's 

company. He was born at Canterbury, Conn., 1752, and died 

at Camden, N. Y., 1835. 

Miss Anna Feit Heckman. iijjo 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Col. Peter Kichlein and of Adam Heckman, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Rev. George C. Heckman, D. D., LL. D., and Jo- 
sephine A. Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Heckman and Mary Schneider, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Schneider and Susanna Kichlein, his 
wife; Adam Heckman and Elizabeth Kreider, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Kichlein and Margaretta Kichlein, 
his wife; Conrad Kreider and Regina Kreider, his wife. 

Peter Kichlein, 1774-75, was a member of the Provincial 
Convention. He commanded with distinction a rifle regi- 
ment in the Flying Camp at Long Island, where he was 
wounded and paroled, but not exchanged until 1778. He was 
born, 1722, in Germany and was chief burgess of Easton 
when he died, 1789. 

Adam Heckman served as a fifer in Capt. Nicholas Kern's 
company of Northampton Associators. 

Mrs. Mae Youngblood Timmons. ii35'i 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Dr. Manley Timmons. 

Descendant of Judge Theodore Trezevant, Rev. James 
Hampden Thomson and Capt. Arthur Simkins, of South 

Carolina. 

Daughter of Erasmus H. Youngblood and Ellen Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erasmus J. Youngblood and Eliza Wigfall, his 
•wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Durand Wigfall and Eliza Thomson, 
his wife; George Youngblood and Nancy Simkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Arthur Simkins and Margaret Smith, his 
wife. 

See No. 11321. 

Arthur Simkins (1742-1804), was a delegate from the Nine- 



UNEAGE BOOK. 137 



ty-Six District to the Provincial Congress, 1775, which took 
measures to prepare the colony to resist the British. He 
commanded a company in the struggle for independence. 
Also Nos. 4066, 8991, 9519. 

Mrs. Judith Ellen Foster. ii35'2 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Elijah Caleb Foster. 

Descendant of Capt. William Warren, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Jotham Horton and Judith Delano, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jotham Horton and Robey Warren, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Warren and Robey Hathaway, his 
wife. 

William Warren was at the battle of Bunker Hill, where he 
was left for dead on the field, and with him were four broth- 
ers. He was an honored guest at the laying of the corner- 
stone of the Bunker Hill monument, 1825, when DanM Web- 
ster addressed the scarred veterans. 

Also Nos. 1 167, 10935. 

Mrs. Lucia Minter Robbins, ii^jj 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of Joseph Sydney Robbins. 

Descendant of Col. Robert Rutherford and of Morgan Min- 
ter, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William M. Weaver and Lucia F. Minter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. William T. Minter and Susan A. Bell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Morgan Minter and Johanna Rutherford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Rutherford and Dorothy Ann 
Brooks, his wife. 

Robert Rutherford, 1775, was a delegate to the Provincial 
Congress, served in the militia of Chatham county and was 
appointed county judge. He was born, 1734, in Virginia, 
and died, 1814, near Newberry. 

Morgan Minter served on the Committee of Safety. 

Mrs. Laura Brooks Smith. 113^4 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry D. Smith. 



1.3^ DAUCHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Abraham Brooks, of Connecticut. 

Daujfhter of James Smith Brooks and Millicenr Abby Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaujj^hter of Abraham Brooks, Jr., and Abigail Clark, his 
wife. 

Or. -granddaughter of Abraham Brooks and Martha Brooks, his 
wife. 

Abraham Brooks, 1775, enlisted in Capt. John Ely's com- 
pany. Col. Samuel Holden Parsons' regiment. He was cap- 
tured and confined on the prison ship "Jersey," but being a 
^ood swimmer made his escape. He was bom at Haddam,. 
[750, where he died at the age of one hundred years. 

Mrs. Jennie Davis Beach. n^^j 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Isaac Eaton Beach. 

Descendant of Capt. Gideon Hotchkiss, of Connecticut. 
Datightcr of George W. Davis and Marion S. Hotchkiss, his wife^ 
(iranddaiiglitcr of Gideon Oscar Hotchkiss and Nancy Smith, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Orrin Hotchkiss and Hickok, his wife. 

C»r.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Hotchkiss and Abigail Scott, his 

wife. 
Cir.-gr.-gr.-granddaughtcr of Gideon Hotchkiss and Anna Brock- 

ott. his wife. 

Ctideon Hotchkiss, who had served in the early wars, was a 
moinhor of the first Committee of Safety of Waterbury. He 
was born at Cheshire, 1716, and died at Waterbury, 1807. 

Also \os. 528(>, 8526, 9737. 

Mrs. Nettie Eliza Smith Augur. 11356 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Julius Augiir. 

Descendant of Sergl. ]^cdb Smith, Daniel Parker and Jesse 

l^ni". 01' Connecticut. 

Pj.n.chrcr oi P<'.\ i.i S]r.i:h and Fidelia Augusta Parker, his wife. 

rT:-r.ri'M.-.nel:rT o:' r'."\i:l Smith and Anna Bartholomew, his wifc^ 
Prifiie: r?.rVer. Jr.. r.nd Ruth Hull, his wife. 

Or. trr?ird(l;.uehri':- o: J.-ioob Smith and Mary Lewis, his wife; 
"i^r.rii''. r?irkiT f.iul Miriam Cunis, his wife; Jesse Hull and Ruth 
Preston. hi> wife. 

"iaooh Smivh, i ""^^ sensed as seri^feant in Capt. Amos Barns'" 



LIN^AG^ BOOK. 1 39 



company, Col. Noadiah Hooker's regiment. He was born at 
Northfield, 1738, where he died, 1807. 

Jesse Hull enlisted early in the war and served six years. 
He was captured, confined on a prison ship and soon after 
his release died from the effect of the imprisonment. 

Daniel Parker (1740-1814), enlisted from Wallingford, 
served under Arnold in the northern campaign and was at 
the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Also Nos. 5967, 7051, 7^7 z- 

Mrs. Lucy Maria Hall Murray. 113^7 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Robert Murray. 

Descendant of Martin Buell and of Moses Peck, of Con- 
necticut 

Daughter of Henry Franklin Hall and Esther Buel, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Buel and Betsey Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Martin Buell and Aseneth Dibble, his wife; 
Moses Peck and Esther Johnson, his wife. 

Martin Buell is in the pension list of New Haven county. 
He died at Wallingford, 1842, aged eighty-three. 

Moses Peck served in the New York campaign in Capt. 

Samuel Peck's company. He was born at Hamden, 1753, and 

died at Wallingford, 1838. 
Also Nos. 2500, 10916. 

Mrs. Louise Taylor Rockwell. ii35'8 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William Francis Rockwell. 
Descendant of Henry Bird, Jr., John Taylor and Andrew 

Huselton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James D. Taylor and Sarah Ann Bird, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John A. Bird and Hannah Huselton, his wife; 
Philip Taylor and Mary Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Bird, Jr., and Nancy Allen, his wife; 
John Taylor and Hannah Taylor, his wife; Andrew Huselton and 
Hannah Sergeant, his wife. 

Henry Bird, Jr., served as a minute man. He was born at 
Springville, 1749, and died there, 1844. 



I40 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Taylor served in the Continental Line, State troops. 
He lived to the advanced age of one hundred and three. 

Andrew Huselton was prevented by ill health from enlisting 
but he supported a substitute during the entire war. 

Mrs. Estelle V. Rogers. ii^jg 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Gilbert Rogers. 
Descendant of Ichabod Rogers Jr., and of Lieut. Titus Hall, 

of Connecticut 

Daughter of Julius W. Rogers and Esther E. Culver, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Culver and Esther Hall, his wife; Icha- 
bod Rogers and Rhoda Blakesley Southworth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Titils Hall and Olive Barnes, his wife; Icha- 
bod Rogers, Jr., and Mary Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Rogers and Ruth Shapley, his 
wife. 

Ichabod Rogers, Jr., 1776, enlisted in Capt. Simeon Bald- 
win's company, Col. Philip Burr Bradley's regiment, and 
served at Bergen Heights and Paulus Hook. He was born 

at Saybrook, 1754. 

Also No. 6561. 

Titus Hall turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He en- 
listed in the corps of Artificers, 1777, and, 1779, was pro- 
moted lieutenant. He was born at Wallingford, 1746. 

Mrs. Emerett Maria Atwater Blakeslee. 11360 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of John Webb Blakeslee. 

Descendant of Lieut. Amasa Hitchcock, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Samuel A. Atwater and Susan E. Preston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amasa Preston and Phila Sanford, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Preston and Lura Hitchcock, his 

wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amasa Hitchcock and Sarah Bradley, his 

wife. 

Amasa Hitchcock, who had served in the early wars, was 
second lieutenant, 1776, in Capt. Asa Bray's company, Col. 
Thaddeus Cook's regiment. He was a pensioner when, he 
died at Cheshire, 1827, aged eighty-eight. 

Also No. 10916. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 141 



Mrs. Mary Linsley Stevenson. 11361 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Francis Stevenson, Jr. 

Descendant of Charles Doolittle, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Noah Linsley and Sarah Doolittle, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Doolittle and Mary Bronson, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Charles Doolittle, who enlisted as 
as a soldier from Wallingford. He survived to receive a 
pension for more than two years' service. 

Mrs. Sarah Louise Pratt Goodsell. i i 362 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Buel Goodsell. 

Descendant of Reuben Pratt, Capt. Timothy Starkey and 
Samuel Covert, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thomas Collins Pratt and Annie Eliza Booth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Starkey Pratt and Mary Lindergreen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Pratt, Jr., and Currence Starkey, 
his wife; Magnus Lindergreen and Mehitable Covert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Pratt and Lydia Griffin, his wife; 
Timothy Starkey and Rachel Bushnell, his wife; Samuel Covert and 
Hannah Atwater, his wife. 

Reuben Pratt, 1777, served in the train band that marched 
from Saybrook at the Danbury raid. 

Timothy Starkey, 1779, commanded a company of militia 
to repel the enemy at New Haven. He was born at Essex, 
1739, where he died, 1817. 

Samuel Covert, 1776, at the age of sixteen, enlisted from 
New Haven in Capt. Jonas Prentice's company, and subse- 
quently served under Capt. James Stoddard, Col. Increase 
Moseley's regiment. He died at New Haven, 1803. 

Mrs. Susan Aderline Hall Butler. 11^63 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of John H. Butler. 

Descendant of Martin Buel and of Moses Peck, of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of Henry Franklin Hall and Elizabeth Buel, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Buel and Betsey Peck, his wife. 
See No. ii357. 



142 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Lilian Avis Barton Wilson. 11364 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Rev. J. C. Wilson. 

Descendant of Jesse Taylor, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of T. M. Barton, M. D., and Carrie Canfield, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chancy Lee Taylor Canfield and Avis Beach, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Renamah Canfield and Polly Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Taylor and Polly Owen, his wife. 

Jesse Taylor, 1777, enlisted under Capt. John Barnard and 
subsequently served in Capt. John H. Buell's company. He 
was born at Hartford, 1753, and was a pensioner by the acts 
of 1818 and 1840. 

Mrs. Mabel Rogers Wright. 1136^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Frederick A. Wright. 

Descendant of Lieut. Titus Hall and of Ichabod Rogers, 
Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Gilbert Rogers and Estelle V. Rogers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Julius W. Rogers and Esther E. Culver, his 
wife. 

See No. 11359- 

MRS. ABIGAIL ATWATER BRADLEY. 11366 

Born in Connecticut. 

Widow of Levi Bradley. 

Descendant of Samuel Atwater, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Samuel Atwater and Patience Peck, his wife. 

Samuel Atwater, 1776, served as a drummer in Capt. Na- 
thaniel Bunnell's company, Wadsworth's brigade, at the bat- 
tles of Long Island, Kip's Bay and White Plains. 

Mrs. Mary Henrietta Bodwell Evarts. 11367 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Frank P. Evarts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Bodwell, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Woodbridge Bodwell and Sarah Elizabeth Hull, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Augustus Bodwell and Olive Williams Buck, his 

wife. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 143 



Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bodwell and Mary Griswold 
Woodbridge, his wife. 

Benjamin Bodwell, 1775, enlisted as a private, was corporal 

in Capt. Abel Pettibone's company and served as sergeant, 

1776, in the New York campaign. He was born at Roxbury, 

Mass., 1741, and died at Simsbury, 1787. 

Miss Sarah Elizabeth Collins. 11368 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Daniel Collins, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Hinsdale Collins and Sarah Cowles Brooks, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lyman Collins and Elizabeth Carter, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Collins and Susannah Lyman, his 
wife. 

Daniel Collins, 1775, was sergeant in Capt. John Couch's 
company. In 1777 he reentered the service and was pro- 
moted to lieutenant. He was born at Wallingford, 1741, and 
died at Meriden, 1819. 

Miss Ermina C. Hall. 11369 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ichabod Ives, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Julius Hall and Laura Parker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Parker and Maria Ives, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ichabod Ives and Mary Clark, his wife. 

Ichabod Ives, 1776, was a private in Wadsworth's brigade 
in the New York campaign, and served several enlistments 
under different commands. He was a pensioner when he died 
at Wallingford, 1845, aged eighty-six. 

Also Nos. 4795, 10354. 

Mrs. Marie Elvetia Lucchini Vredennick. 11370 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Edward Vredennick. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ezekiel Rice, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Pietro Lucchini and Edith Coe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Calvin Coe and Harriet Rice, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Rice and Lydia Stowe, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Rice and Lydia Hough, his wife. 



144 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Ezekiel Rice was sergeant in Capt. John Couch's company 
at the Lexington Alarm. A letter written to his family, Sep- 
tember 8, 1776, from camp, before New York, gives a pen 
picture of the conditions of the army on Long Island. He 
was born at Wallingford, 1739, and died at Meriden, 1808. 

Also Nos. 3493, 5816, 10346. 

Miss Bessie Gay Linsley. 11371 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Thaddeus Gay, Abiathar Richards and Abia- 
thar Richards, Jr., of Massachusetts ; Corp. Jonathan Russell 

and Benjamin Palmer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Foote Linsley and Georgiana Emily Gay, his 
wife. _ 

Granddaughter of Frederick Linsley and Harriet Foote, his wife; 
George Gay and Martha Delia Waters, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Merritt Foote and Betsey Palmer, his wife; 
Jotham Gay and Lydia Richards, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Palmer and Abigail Gould, his 
wife; Jonathan Foote and Esther Russell, his wife; Thaddeus Gay 
and Charlotte Colburn, his wife; Abiathar Richards, Jr., and Eliza- 
beth Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Russell and Lydia Barker, 
his wife; Abiathar Richards and Elizabeth Richards, his wife. 

Thaddeus Gay, 1780, at seventeen, enlisted from Dedham 
in Capt. Moses Bullard's company. He died at Dedham, 1837. 

Abiathar Richards, 1776-80, served several enlistments. He 
was born at Dedham, 1730, where he died, 1803. 

Abiathar Richards, Jr., (1754-1835), turned out from Ded- 
ham at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Aaron Fuller. 

Jonathan Russell, 1 777, was corporal in Capt. Abraham 
Foote's company. Col. Andrew Ward's regiment. He was 
born at Branford, 1731, and died there, 1813. 

Benjamin Palmer served five enlistments from 1776-80. He 
was in the Burgoyne campaign and at the surrender at Sara- 
toga. He was born at Branford, 1752, where he died, 1834. 

Also Nos. 5282, 10920. 

Mrs, Grace Arnold Brewer. 11572 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of William B. Brewer. 



UNEAG^ BOOK. 145 



Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Penfield and of Samuel 
Penfield, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Goodwin Arnold and Betsy Melissa Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Smith and Clarissa Penfield, his wife. 

Gr.-Granddaughter of Samuel Penfield and Jemima Hurlbut, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of John Penfield, who entered 
the army as captain, and, 1776, was promoted lieutenant col- 
onel of the Twenty-third Regiment. He resigned, 1781, and 
died, 1797, aged sixty-six. 

Samuel Penfield served under the quartermaster, and once 

while hauling supplies his ox chain was cut by a cannon ball. 
Also No. 9501. 

Mrs. Harriette Cornelia Arnold Pearne. 11373 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Wesley Ulysses Pearne. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Penfield and of Samuel 
Penfield, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Goodwin Arnold and Betsey Melissa Smith, 
his wife. 

See No. 11372. 

Mrs. Amelia Warner Gildersleeve. 11374 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Henry Gildersleeve. 
Descendant of Allen Willey and of Ens. Abraham Willey, 

of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Orren Warner and Matilda Anne Willey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ethan Allen Willey and Mary Brockway, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Abraham Willey and Susannah Beckwith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Allen Willey, Sr. 

Allen Willey (1730-1811), was selectman of Lempster, N. 
H., when he volunteered and served under Stark at Ben- 
nington. He was born at East Haddam, Conn. His son 
Allen served as a minute man. 

Abraham Willey was a minute man from East Haddam at 
the Lexington Alarm, served as sergeant, 1776, and as en- 
(10) 



146 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

sign in Capt. John Isham's company, 1779. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Ira, N. Y., 1841, aged ninety-one. 
Also Nos. 3462, 5615. 

Mrs. Mary Evans Rosa. n^yj 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Edward Bennett Rosa. 

Descendant of Lieut. Peacock Major and of Cornelius Duff, 
of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Wilson Evans and Alice Anne Frysinger, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Evans and Amelia Major, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Evans and Catharine Duffi his wife; 
Benjamin Major and Elizabeth Brannan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cornelius Duff and Mary Duff, his wife; 
Peacock Major and Amy Barton, his wife. 

Peacock Major, 1776, enlisted in the Flying Camp. He was 
lieutenant, 1777, of Capt. Christian Dull's Philadelphia Coun- 
ty Associators, and, 1781, served in the militia in Capt. Demas 
Worrell's company. He died at Lewistown, 1829, aged 
eighty-one. 

Cornelius Duff served as a soldier during the war. 

Miss Lillian Crandall Sparks. 11376 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry Irving Sparks. 

Descendant of Lieut. Nathan Taylor and of Jesse Cran- 
dall, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Charles Thompson Crandall and Martha Ackerly, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Potter Crandall and Mary Eliza 
Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Crandall and Martha Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Taylor and Prudence Wilcox, 
his wife. 

Nathan Taylor served in the Army of Observation and was 
lieutenant, 1778, of Capt. John Waiters independent company, 
of Kingston Reds. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Charlestown, 1831, aged eighty-four. 

Jesse Crandall served as a soldier, and the powder horn he 
carried, marked with his name, September 7, 1775, is now in 
the possession of his grandson. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 147 



Mrs. Eunice Victoria Brown Grinnell. 11377 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of George Edwin Grinnell. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Williams and of Dr. Asa Spald- 
ing, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Thatcher Brown and Eunice Spalding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thatcher Brown and Esther Williams, his wife; 
and of Asa Spalding. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Williams and Keturah Randall Brown, 
his wife. 

John Williams turned out for the relief of Boston, was at 
Long Island and wounded at White Plains. He served in 
Washington's Life Guard, was at Valley Forge and rose to 
the rank of lieutenant. He was born at Stonington, 1744, 
where he died, 181 1. 

Asa Spalding assisted as a surgeon in caring for the wound- 
ed after the massacre at Fort Griswold, 1781. 

Mrs. Amanda Jane Hewitt Hinckley. 11378 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Samuel Hobart Hinckley. 

Descendant of Henry Hewitt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin B. Hewitt and Rhoda Pendelton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hewitt and Desire Babcock, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Hewitt and Phebe Prentice, his wife. 

Henry Hewitt, 1780, served in the Levies of the Eighth 
Regiment. He died at North Stonington, 1821, aged ninety- 
one. 

Miss Jennie Christeen Anna Weed. 11379 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Seth Weed, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Seth Chauncy Weed and Jane Amelia Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Andros Weed and Anna Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Weed and Sally Ayres, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Seth Weed and Hannah Andros, his wife. 

Seth Weed enlisted under Capt. David Waterbury on the 
first call for troops, and served in the Northern Department. 
He was in the Light Horse in the New York campaign, was 
promoted lieutenant, 1777, and resigned the same year. When 



148 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Tryon invaded the State he volunteered, and, 1780, served 
on war committees. He was bom at Stamford, 1752, and 
died at New Canaan, 1822. 

Miss Amanda Priscilla Weed. 11380 

Bom in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Seth Weed. 

Daughter of Seth Chauncy Weed and Jane Amelia Smith, his wife, 
wife, 
^ee No. 1 1379. 

Miss Anna Holmes Galpin. 11381 

Bom in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Ens. Amos Galpin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Dwight Galpin and Ellen Fox little, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Sylvester Galpin and Clarissa Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Galpin and Sybyll Tallmadge, his wife. 

Amos Galpin, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Samuel Wylly's com- 
pany; was appointed ensign, 1777, and retired, 1780. He was 
a pensioner when he died at Litchfield, 1843, where he was 
bom, 1755. 

Miss Sarah Dwight Plummer. 11^82 

Bom in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Titus Smith, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William H. Plummer and Eugenia H. Ailing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zenas Ailing and Sarah H. Baldwin, his wiit. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Baldwin and Mary Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of DaWd Smith and Hulda Beccher, his 
wife. 

Great-great-great-granddaughter of Titus Smith, who 
ser\'ed, 1779, in Capt. Phineas Bradley's company of matross 
raised for the defense of New Haven when Trvon invaded 
the State. He died 1799. 

Mrs. Florence Espe Bristol. 11^83 

Bom in New York. 
"^ fc of Theodore Louis Bristol. 
] int of Reuben Frisbie. of Connecticut. 

of Charles Espe and Meh-ina Farrel. his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Almon Farrel and Ruth Emma Warner, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Mark Warner and Elizabeth Frisbie, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Frisbie and Hannah Wakelee, 
his wife. 

Reuben Frisbie, 1776, enlisted for the war in Capt. Samuel 
Barker's company. He applied for a pension, 1818, and died, 
at Waterbury, 1824, aged seventy. 

Mrs. Grace Brita Espe Hitchcock. 11384 

Born in England. 
Wife of Melville Curtis Hitchcock. 
Descendant of Reuben Frisbie. 

Daughter of Charles Espe and Melvina Farrel, his wife. 
See No. 11383. 

Mrs. Ellen E. Gridley Twichell. 1138J 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of James C. Twichell. 

Descendant of Cornelius Dunham, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Levi A. Gridley and Rosanna Dunham, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Chauncey Dunham and Rosanna Root, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Cornelius Dunham and Jemima Andrews, 
his wife. 

Cornelius Dunham served as a soldier and in the Commis- 
sary Department during the war. He was born at Southing- 
ton, 1740, where he died, 1819. 

Also No. 4806. 

Mrs. Viola Harris Husted, 11386 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edwin Winter Husted. 

Descendant of Reuben Champion, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Harris and Sarah Anna Davison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Davison and Abigail Bathrick, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bathrick and Susanna Champion, his 
wife, 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Champion and Esther Chad- 
wick, his wife. 

Reuben Champion served on the first call for troops in the 
First company, Sixth Regiment. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Lyme, 1848, aged ninety-two. 



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Mrs. Louise Taylor Parker. 11387 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of James Ines Parker. 

Descendant of Thomas Taylor and of Jonathan Taylor, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Samuel Taylor and Louisa Abagail North, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Taylor and Judith Badger, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Taylor and Abigail Piper, his wife. 

Thomas Taylor enlisted, 1775, under Capt. Samuel Rich- 
ards, and, 1777, served under Capt. James Gray, Col. Alex- 
ander Scammel. He was born at Gilmanton, 1739, where he 
died, 1820. 

Jonathan Taylor, 1781, at the age of seventeen, served at 
West Point. He died, 1846. 

Mrs. Sara Warner Hickox. 11388 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles A, Hickox. 
Descendant of John Warner and of John Warner, Jr., of 

Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Hough Warner and Annette Styles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Plumb Warner and Betsey Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Warner, Jr., and Patience Warner, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Warner. 

John Warner, Jr., 1776, at the age of sixteen served at 
Long Island and White Plains in Capt. Joseph ChurchiU's 
company. He died at Middletown, 1808. 

John Warner, 1776, was a minute man in the New York 
campaign in Capt. Eliphalet Holmes' company. 

Mrs. Candora Parker Talmadge. 11389 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Junius A. Talmadge. 

Descendant of Stephen Parker, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edmund Parker and Jennette Bradley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stephen Parker and Rebecca Ray, his wife. 

Stephen Parker, at sixteen, turned out from Cheshire at the 
Lexington Alarm. He enlisted, 1777, in Capt. James Peck's 
company, and, 1780, served in the Short Levies at West 



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Point when Andre was captured. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Meriden, 1846. 
Also Nos. 2619, 4612, 10350. 

Mrs. Georgia Parker Day. 11390 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of August Pliny Day. 
Descendant of Stephen Parker. 

Daughter of Edmund Parker and Jennette Bradley, his wife. 
See No. 11389. 

Mrs. Annette Stiles Warner. 11391 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Hugh Warner. 

Descendant of Capt. Simeon Allyn, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Stiles and Sally Avery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Avery and Mercy Allyn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Allyn and Esther Gallup, his wife. 

Simeon Allyn, 1776, was lieutenant in Capt. Josiah Bald- 
win's company in the Northern Department. He was at 
home when Fort Griswold was attacked, 1781, rallied to the 
defense and was killed at the massacre. His name is on the 
monument at Groton erected to the memory of the fallen 
heroes. He was born 1745. 

Mrs, Inez Clarine Warner Fennell. 11392 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Rev. W. G. Fennell. 

Descendant of Daniel Gregory and of Seth Austin, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Francis Gilbert Warner and Jennie M. Hedges, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gilbert Warner and Clarine Austin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Austin and Aurelia Gregory, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Gregory and Phoebe Burton, his 
wife; Seth Austin and Hannah Austin, his wife. 

Daniel Gregory, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Elijah Beach's 
company, 1780, served in the Short Levies on the Hudson 
river. He was a pensioner when he died, 1843, ^^ Trumbull, 
where he was born, 1754. 

Seth Austin, 1777, served as a private in Capt. Jonathan 



152 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Wadsworth's company in the Burgoyne campaign. He died 
at Tunbridge, Vt., 1819, aged seventy-one. 

Mrs. Mary Catharine Welles Yale. 1139^ 

Born in Connecticut. 
Widow of Hiram A. Yale. 

Descendant of Joseph Welles and of Elisha Wolcott, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Welles and Mary Welles Wolcott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Welles and Lucy Robbins, his wife; 
Elisha Wolcott and Mary Welles Robbins, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Welles and Jerusha Hurlburt, his 
wife; Elisha Wolcott and Mary Welles, his wife. 

Joseph Welles enlisted from Wethersfield as a private, and 
his service at the siege of New York is told in a letter written 
from camp, September ii, 1776. He died at Wethersfield, 
1 819, aged sixty-four. 

Elisha Wolcott, 1776, served in the New York campaign. 
He was born at Wethersfield, 1755, and died there, 1827. 

Mrs. Jennie Lee Smith. 11394 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edwin E. Smith. 

Descendant of David Lee and of Joseph Somers, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of William Wallace Lee and Mary Jane Carringfton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Bradley Lee and Julia Somers, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Lee and Elizabeth Hayes, his wife; 
and of Joseph Somers. 

David Lee, at seventeen, enlisted under Col. Zebulon But- 
ler, and stood guard when Andre was a prisoner. A letter is 
now in the family, dated from camp, August 24, 1780, in 
which he refuses the oflFer to send some one to take his place, 
but asks for clothing before winter. He was born at Farm- 
ington, 1763, and died, 1842, at Barkhamsted. 

Joseph Somers, 1778, enlisted in Capt. Caleb Mix's com- 
pany, Col. Increase Moseley's regiment, to reenforce the 
army after the battle of Monmouth. 



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Mrs. Carrie Brooks Pepper. 11395 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William E. Pepper. 

Descendant of Capt. Bradford Steele, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harry Brooks and Mary Jane Bidwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Norman A. Bidwell and Rebecca Steele, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Steele and Margaret Welton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele and Mary Perkins, his 
wife. 

Bradford Steele, 1775, was lieutenant under Col. David 

Wooster at the siege of Boston, and commanded a company 

of minute men at the New H^ven Alarm. He served on war 

committees of Derby, where he died, 1804, aged seventy. 

Miss Florence Marion Fisherdick. ii:}96 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Corp. Judah Marsh, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Fisherdick and Julia Anne Wilcox, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Franz Fisherdick and Hannah Olmstead Marsh, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judah Marsh, Jr., and Jerusha Collins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Judah Marsh and Hannah Olmstead, his 
wife. 

Judah Marsh, Jr., turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Joseph Foster's company. Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's 
regiment, and, 1779, served as corporal in the Hampshire 
militia. He was born at Ware, 1757, where he died, 1817. 

Miss Marion Eugenia Pomeroy. 11397 

Bom in Iowa. 

Descendant of Sergt. Charles Pomeroy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Pomeroy and Marion Hodges Leonard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Pomeroy and Nancy Merriman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Pomeroy and Temperance Watrous, 
his wife. 

Charles Pomeroy served at the siege of Boston in Capt. 
Edward Shipman's company. Col. Charles Webb's regiment. 
He died at Saybrook, 1786, aged thirty-seven. 



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Miss Mary Welles Yale. 11398 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Elisha Wolcott and of Joseph Welles, of 
Connecticut. 
Daughter of Hiram A. Yale and Mary Catharine Welles, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Welles and Mary Welles Wolcott, his wife. 
See No. 11393. 

Miss Josephine Marion Plumb. 11399 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Street Yale and of Samuel Yale, of Connec- 
ticut. 

Daughter of William Wallace Plumb and Virginia Augustia Yale,, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis A. Yale and Mary J. Yale, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Yale and Mary Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Yale and Eunice Paine, (ist 
wife.) 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Street Yale and Mary Yale, his wife. 

Street Yale enlisted from Wallingford under Capt. Street 
Hall, Col. Charles Webb's regiment, and served at the siege 
of Boston. He reenlisted, 1776, in Capt. John Couch's com- 
pany, which was captured at the fall of Fort Washington. 

Samuel Yale enlisted in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment 
for the defense of the Hudson. He was born at Walling- 
ford, 1763, where he died, 1810. 

Miss Hannah Keith Peck. 11400 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Drury, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Rev. Richard Peck and Harriet Keith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Keith and Hannah Drury, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Drury and Hannah Keyes, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Drury was a minute man from Shrewsbury at the 
Lexington Alarm in Capt. Job Cushing's company, and 
served, 1778, under Capt. Benjamin Nye, Col. Nathan Spar- 
hawk's regiment. He died at Pittsford, Vt., 1818, aged 
eighty-four. 



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Mrs. Cornelia A. Brown Buel. 11401 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Theodore Sedgwick Buel. 
Descendant of Capt. Noah Ives, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Philo Brown and Esther Ives, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Giles Ives and Abigail Gilbert, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Ives and Abigail Pierpont, his wife. 

Noah Ives, 1779, commanded a company in the Second 
Regiment of militia which turned out to repel the enemy un- 
der Tryon at the attack upon New Haven. He was born at 
North Haven, 1730, where he died, 1800. 

Mrs. Katharine Buel Dougherty. 11402 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Colonel John B. Dougherty. 
Descendant of Capt. Noah Ives, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Theodore Sedgwick Buel and Cornelia A. Brown, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Phila Brown and Esther Ives, his wife. 
See No. 11401. 

Mrs. Fanny Johnson Smith. 11403 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Spencer Smith. 

Descendant of James Walker, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Leonard Walker Johnson and Frances Harrington, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Johnson and Rebecca Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Walker, Jr., and Mary Wallace, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Walker and Ester Goflfe, his wife. 

James Walker, Jr., was a minute man under Gen. John 
Stark at Bennington and served in Col. Jonathan Chase's 
regiment in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born at Bed- 
ford, 1758, and died there, 1802. 

Also No. 2413. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Steele Beach. 11404 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George Wells Beach. 

Descendant of Capt. Bradford Steele and of Bradford 
Steele, Jr., of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Albert J. Steele and Julia M. Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Steele and Anna Tucker, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele, Jr., and Ruth Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Bradford Steele and Mary Perkins, his 
wife. 

See No. 11395- 

Bradford Steele, Jr., 1777, enlisted at fifteen, was captured 
at Fort Independence, and his sufferings while a prisoner are 
still on record. He was a pensioner when he died at Derby, 
1841, where he was born, 1762. 

Also No. 5937. 

Mrs. Helen Lane Smith. 11405 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Richard Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Ives, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Merrit Lane and Olive Ives, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Talcott Ives and Hannah Todd, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Ives and Abigail Pierpont, his wife. 
See No. 11401. 

Miss Amy Louise Hart, 11406 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Capt. John Lewis, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Jay H. Hart and Bertha Piatt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Clark Murray Piatt and Amelia Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Selden Lewis and Lockey Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Lewis and Anne Hine, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lewis, Jr., and Sarah Gordon, 
his wife. 

John Lewis, Jr., 1776, commanded a company of volunteers 
in Wadsworth's brigade at the battles of Long Island, Kip's 
Bay and White Plains. 

Also No. 10337. 

Miss Catherine Webster. 11407 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Lieut. Aaron Webster, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Horace Webster and Harriet Bradley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ira Webster and Amy Granniss, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Webster and Lucy Adkins, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Webster and Lydia Webster, his 
wife. 



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Aaron Webster enlisted in the first call for troops and 
served at Boston in Col. David Wooster's regiment. He was 
born at Hartford, 1717, and died at Southington, 1783. 

Also No. 9448. 

Mrs. Esther Henrietta Bidwell. 11408 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gurdon L. Bidwell. 

Descendant of Col. Jeremiah Halsey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James S. Copp and Mary Henrietta Cole, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John H. Cole and Esther P. Cooke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Palmer Cooke and Polly Halsey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Jeremiah Halsey and Esther Parke, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Halsey (1743-1829), was a minute man at the Lex- 
ington Alarm, and at Ticonderoga was detailed to conduct 
prisoners to Hartford. He was engineer at the siege of St. 
Johns and captain of the armed sloop "Enterprise," captured 
on Lake Champlain. He rose to the rank of colonel. 

Also Nos. 7032, 10871. 

Mrs. Helen Barstow Pl^tt Huntington. 11409 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Channing Moore Huntington. 

Descendant of Sergt. Rufus Tracy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Beckley Piatt and Olive Worthington Bar- 
stow, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Barstow and Eunice Geer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Barstow and Lydia Tracy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rufus Tracy and Mary Reed, his wife. 

Rufus Tracy turned out from Preston at the Lexington 
Alarm. He was sergeant in Capt. Joseph Jewett's company, 
Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment, at the battle of Long 
Island, where the captain was mortally wounded, and his 
name is on the list of missing. He was born 1749. 

Mrs. Oliver Worthington Barstow Platt. 11410 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Charles Beckley Platt. 

Descendant of Sergt. Rufus Tracy, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Barstow and Eunice Geer, his wife. 
See No. 1 1409. 



158 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Mary Ruth Lee Osgood. 11411 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Hugh Henry Osgood. 

Descendant of Timothy Lee, Lieut. Samuel Smith and Ste- 
phen Johnson, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Oliver Lee and Hannah Butts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Owen Lee and Ruth Johnson, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Timothy Lee and Lucy Camp, his wife; Ste- 
phen Johnson and Ruth Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Smith. 

Timothy Lee served at the siege of Boston, and subse- 
quently enlisted under Capt. Bezeleel Bristol and Capt. Peter 
Vail. He was born at Farmington, 1740, and died there, 1813. 

Samuel Smith (1730-1811), enlisted as sergeant, and, 1778, 
served on the Hudson as lieutenant under Capt. Roswell 
Grant, Col. Roger Enos' regiment. 

Stephen Johnson was at Boston, Long Island, White 
Plains and served on coast defense to the close of the war. 
He was born at Farmington, 1754. 

Also No. 7136. 

Miss Ella Coleman Rogers. 11412 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Daniel Ellsworth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Hyde Rogers and Ella Coleman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ebenezer Hyde Rogers and Margaret Maria 
Leach, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliab Rogers and Mary Hyde, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Hyde and Chloe Ellsworth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Ellsworth and Mary McKin- 
strey, his wife. 

Daniel Ellsworth was a member of the first Committee of 
of Safety, selectman of the town and "collected blankets for 
ye use of ye soldiers." He was born at Ellington, 1727, 

where he died, 1803. 
Also No. 5038. 

Mrs. Elizabeth R Nichols. 11413 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of William J. Nichols. 
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Nash, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of James W. Barker and Martha E. Bibbins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Bibbins and Mary Nash, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William B. Nash and Rutha M. Eliot, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Nash and Mary Nash, his wife. 

Thomas Nash, 1777, served in the commissary in Whiting's 
regiment, commanded a company at the New Haven Alarm, 
and, 1781, was captain of Guards. He was born at Fairfield, 
1743, and died at Greens Farms, 1815. 

Also Nos. 4012, 5893, 10895. 

MRS. Abigail Sexton Barber. 11414 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Lucius Q. Barber. 
Descendant of Capt. Benajah Holcombe and of Capt. Asa- 

hel Holcombe, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Marvin Sexton and Abigail Holcombe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Holcombe and Lucinda Holcombe, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benajah Holcombe, Jr., and Mary Case, his 
wife; Asahel Holcombe and Abigail Hoskins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benajah Holcombe and Lydia Forward, 
his wife. 

Benajah Holcombe, 1776, served as sergeant, 1778, com- 
manded a company and turned out to repel the enemy at New 
Haven. He was born at Simsbury, 1737, where he died, 1828. 

Asahel Holcombe was a volunteer from Simsbury at the 
Lexington Alarm. He was in Sheldon's Light Dragoons to 
the close of the war, and rose to the rank of captain. He was 
a pensioner when he died, 1832, aged eighty. 

Mrs. Mary Eliza Buss Fuller, 114 15' 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Lucius S. Fuller. 
Descendant of John Abbott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Bliss and Sally Abbott, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Abbott and Temperance Baker, his wife. 

John Abbott (1750-1814), served under Capt. Daniel Pills- 
bury, 1778, and, 1780, was a private in Capt. Benjamin Hay- 
wood's company. He was born and died at Tolland. 



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Mrs. Ella Perry Fairbanks. 11416 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Frank L. Fairbanks. 

Descendant of Capt. Noah Webster, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Franklin Webster Perry and Harriet F. Perry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Orville H. Perry and Elizabeth Webster, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Webster and Jonathan Webster, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Noah Webster and Mercy Webster, his 
wife. 

Noah Webster, 1777, commanded a company from New 
Haven in the Burgoyne campaign, and with him was his son, 
Noah, the famous lexicographer, then a student at Yale. He 
was born at West Hartford, 1722, where he died, 1813. 

Also No. 8663. 

Miss Karolyn Bradford Whittlesey. 11417 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Theophilus Morgan and of John Whittle- 
sey, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hon. Orramel Whittlesey and Charlotte Maconda 
Morgan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Theophilus Morgan and Mary Hinckley, his 
wife; Rev. John Whittlesey and Sally Whittlesey (cousin), his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Whittlesey and Lucy Whittlesey, his 
wife. 

John Whittlesey (1758-81), with his brother, Stephen, a 
youth of sixteen, served in the defense of Fort Griswold, 
where they were both killed. 

Theophilus Morgan (1759-1820), was a private in Capt. 
John Williams' company, Gallup's regiment, stationed at 
Fort Griswold, 1779. 

Mrs. Henrietta Dunham Adams. 11418 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Alfred William Adams. 
Descendant of Job Candee, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Albert B. Dunham and Lucy A. Tucker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Dunham and Henrietta Tucker, his wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Tucker and Laura Candee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr,-granddaughter of Job Candee and Sarah Benham, his wife. 

Job Candee, 1776, at sixteen, enlisted from Oxford as a 
musician, and was in the battle of Harlem Heights. He 
subsequently served in the Artillery in the defense of New 
Haven. He was a pensioner when he died at Oxford, 1846. 

Miss Lucy Josephine Rogers. 11419 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Daniel Dodge, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Elias Perkins Rogers and Lucy Almira Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Smith and Sally Dodge, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Dodge and Lucy Latimer, his wife. 

Daniel Dodge (1757-1817), turned out from Colchester at 
the Lexington Alarm and served at the siege of Boston. He 
enlisted in the First Regiment, 1777, and was at German- 
town, Valley Forge and Monmouth. 

Miss Anne Augusta Wilson, M. D. 11420 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Holmes Sears, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Joseph G. Wilson and Susan A. Johnson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Ebenezer Johnson and Lucinda Sears, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Holmes Sears and Mercy Bradford, his wife. 

Holmes Sears was a private in the militia and for service 
was placed on the pension roll, 1833. He was born at Hali- 
fax, 1757, and died 1836. 

Mrs. Clara Dame Pitney. 11421 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Ora L. Pitney. 

Descendant of Ens. Timothy Davis, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of George Dame and Julia A. Davis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Davis, and Louisa Kelly, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Davis, Jr., and Marcy Granville, his 
wife. 

Timothy Davis, Jr., served under Col. Enoch Poor, 1775, 
and, 1776, in Col. Joseph Badger's regiment of militia. He 
enlisted, 1780, in Capt. Timothy Emerson's company. Col. 
Thomas Bartlett's regiment. He was born, 1733, at Strat- 
ham, and died at Durham, 1807. 



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Mrs. Helen M. Smith Warren. 11422 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Hon. Francis E. Warren. 
Descendant of Matthew Smith, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Matthew Smith and Maria D. Root, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Matthew Smith and Betsey Ward, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Smith and Asenath Anable, his 
wife. 

Matthew Smith enlisted from East Haddam in the first call 
for troops under Col. Joseph Spencer and served at the siege 
of Boston. He died at Middlefield, Mass., 1833, aged eighty. 

Miss Miriam Ballinger. 11423 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Col. Drury Leadbetter, of Georgia; Capt. 
Benjamin Burche, of Maryland ; Michael La Maigre, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of Madison Adams Ballinger and Frances Fazio, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Ferdinand Fazio and America Emeline 
Burche, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Francis Phillippe Fazio and Mary Leadbet- 
ter, his wife; Samuel Burche and Susan Maria Willson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Phillippe Fazio and Marie Tereze La 
Maigre, his wife; Drury Leadbetter and Winifred Lanier, his wife; 
Benjamin Burche and Rebecca Barron, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael La Maigre. 

Drury Leadbetter, born in Virginia, was a staunch Whig 
and during the war served in the army and contributed of his 
means to the patriot cause of Georgia. 

Benjamin Burche enlisted when a lad in the Maryland Line, 
was captured and suffered on the prison ship "Jersey." He 
was born in Maryland, 1761, and died at Washington, D. C, 
1832. Upon the monument erected to his memory at Mount 
Olivet is engraved his record as soldier, officer and citizen. 

Michael La Maigre, born in Spain, was a patriot of Phila- 
delphia who loaned money to shoe the soldiers suffering with 
cold at Valley Forge. This large sum advanced to the gov- 
ernment was never reimbursed. 

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Mrs. Belle Caldwell Culbertson. 11424 

Born in West Virginia. 

Wife of Rev, John Newton Culbertson. 

Descendant of Hon. James Caldwell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Yarnall Caldwell and Mary Travis Newman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Caldwell and Mary Roberts Yarnall, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James Caldwell and Elizabeth Alexander, his 
wife. 

James Caldwell was active in organizing the militia and 

served in the successful defense of Fort Henry, 1777, when 

out of forty-four men in the fort, twenty-four were killed. 

He was appointed justice of the firs*: court of Ohio county. 

He was born in Ireland, 1724, and died at Wheeling, 1804. 

Miss Margaretta L Agnew. 1142J 

Born in Virginia. 
Descendant of John Moulthrop and of David Agnew, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Park Agnew and Matilda Elizabeth Thomas, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Lewis Thomas and Matilda Louisa Seeley, 
his wife; John Agnew and Elizabeth Park, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Seeley and Rhoda Moulthrop, his 
wife; David Agnew and Mary Irwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Moulthrop and Thanks Moulthrop, 
his wife. 

John Moulthrop, 1775, enlisted from New Haven at seven- 
teen in Capt. Ebenezer HilFs company. Col. Charles Webb's 
regiment. He applied for a pension, 1818, from Baltimore, 
Md., and died 1822, aged sixty-five. 

David Agnew was a patriot, and his brother James served 

as colonel of militia. He was born, 1743, in York county, 

where he died, 1797. 
Also Nos. 5424, 6480, 7382. 

MRS, Julia Arnold Calder. 11426 

Born in New York. 
Widow of William Francis Calder. 
Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Miller, of New York. 
Daughter of Harvey Warner and Juliana Arnold, his wife. 



164 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Dr. George Arnold and Catherine Miller, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Seth Miller and Hannah Jarvis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Miller and Prudence Newman, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Miller, 1776, was surgeon of a regiment of minute 

men under Col. Joseph Drake, and served as surgeon with 

the Associated Exempts to the close of the war. He was 

born at Bedford, 1712, and died at Poundridge, 1785. 

Mrs. Belle Wallace Gary Gathmann. 11427 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Emil Gathmann. 

Descendant of Gen. Thomas Rodney, of Delaware. 

Daughter of Thomas A. Gary and Victoria Wallace, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Wallace and Susan Rodney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caesar Augustus Rodney and Susan E. 
Hunn, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Rodney and Elizabeth Maud 
Fisher, his wife. 

Thomas Rodney was a member of the first Committee of 
Safety. He was in command of State militia at the battles of 
Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth. He gave valuable civil 
service and was a delegate to the Continental Congress at 
the close of the war. He was appointed judge of the terri- 
tory of Mississippi, where he died, 1811, aged sixty-seven. 
It was the vote of his brother Caesar that carried the Dela- 
ware delegation for the Declaration of Independence. 

Mrs. Annie Fisher Cahoon. 11428 

Born in Delaware. 

Descendant of Thomas Fisher, of Delaware. 

Daughter of George P. Fisher and Eliza A. McCauley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Fisher and Nancy Owens, his wife. 

Thomas Fisher enlisted when a lad in Capt. David Hall's 
company, of Sussex county militia. He was captured, car- 
ried to the British frigate "Roebuck" conscripted as a sailor. 
One hundred bullocks were demanded as a ransom, and were 
raised by the family assisted by the Quakers. He died in 
Kent county, 1835, aged seventy-two. 



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Mrs. Kate Louise Husted. 11429 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Gilbert Marshall Husted. 
Descendant of Dr. Benjamin Miller, of New York. 
Daughter of Harvey Warner and Juliana Arnold, his wife. 
See No. 11426. 

Mrs. Cornelia R. Craft McLure. 11430 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Widow of Edward C. McLure. 
Descendant of James Craft, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of James Steele Craft and Emily Miltenberger, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gershom Craft and Jane Steele, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Craft and Sarah Cathrall, his wife. 

James Craft, a member of the Society of Friends, signed 
the Test Oath, although a non-combatant, was taken prisoner 
and carried to Bordentown. His diary giving an account of 
the contest in the Jerseys is still preserved by his descend- 
ants. He was born at Burlington, 1743, and died there, 1808. 

Mrs. Carrie B. Coleman. 11431 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of James Craft. 

Daughter of Isaac Grier Sproul and Cornelia Craft, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Steele Craft and Emily Miltenberger, his 
wife. 
See No. 11430. 

Miss Emily Miltenberger Sproul. 114^2 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of James Craft. 

Daughter of Isaac Grier Sproul and Cornelia Craft, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Steele Craft and Emily Miltenberger, his 
wife. 
See No. 11430. 

Miss Jeannie A. Catlin. 11434 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Christopher Yates, of New York. 



l66 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Capt. Robert Catlin, U. S. A., and Mary Lansing Sat- 
terlee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Satterlee and Jane Anna Yates, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Yates and Catherine Mynderse, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Christopher Yates, who, in 
1776, was on the committee to confer with Gen. Schuyler 
to devise means to protect the frontiers. He commanded the 
First Regiment, Albany county militia, 1778. 

Also Nos. 4635, 6482. 

Mrs. Katharine Stevens Billings. 11435 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Lieut. Col. John S. Billings, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Gen. Caleb Hyde, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hester Lockhart Stevens and Charlotte Sedgwick, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Whitney Sedgwick and Ruth Hyde, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Hyde and Elizabeth Sacket, his wife. 

Caleb Hyde was the delegate from Lenox to the third Pro- 
vincial Congress, and also served as selectman and in the 
Assembly. He was major of Berkshire county militia during 
the Revolution. He died in Broome county, N. Y., 1820, 
aged eighty-one. 

Mrs. Gertrude Totten Black. 11436 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of William Murray Black. 

Descendant of Abraham Canfield, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of William M. Gamble and Eliza Wood Canfield, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac W. Canfield and Deborah Wood, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Canfield and Margaret Caldwell, his 

wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Canfield and Sarah Sealey, his 

wife. 
Abraham Canfield served as express rider of the Light 

Horse in the State militia. He was born at Newark, 1732, 

and died at Morristown, 1789. 

Mrs, Julia E. Wightman. 11437 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William S. Wightman. 



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Descendant of Capt. Selah Strong, of New York. 

Daughter of John Christopher and Mary E. Haywood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John G. Christopher and Elizabeth Mathews, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Mathews and Hannah Strong, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Selah Strong and Hannah WoodhuU, 
his wife. 

Selah Strong, 1775, was a delegate to the Provincial Con- 
gress and, 1776, commanded a company of Suffolk county 
minute men. In 1783 he was appointed first judge of the 
court of common pleas. He died in Suffolk county, 181 5, 
aged seventy-eight. 

Also Nos. 6277, 8829. 

Mrs. Lucy Todd Benson. 114^8 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife Eustace Conway Benson. 

Descendant of Jeremiah Sanford, of Georgia. 

Daughter of William H. Todd and Sarah Caroline Greene, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Phillip Green and Mildred Washington Sanford, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Sanford, Jr., and Ada Palmer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Sanford and Mary Modesett, 
his wife. 

Jeremiah Sanford served in the ranks during the war. He 
was born in Loudon county, Va., 1739, and died in Georgia, 
1825. Upon his tomb at Greensborough is the epitaph "A 
Revolutionary Soldier, a friend of General Washington and 
an honest man." 

Mrs. Nannie Ball Baugh. 11439 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of John A. Baugh. 

Descendant of Dr. Stephen Ball, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Frederick Ball and Elizabeth Lane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Ball and Sarah Hoxie, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Ball and Sarah Ross, his wife. 

Stephen Ball (1749-83) served as surgeon and was with the 
army at Valley Forge. His brothers Samuel and Thomas 
were killed during the war, but Edward and David survived 



l68 DAUGHTERS Oi^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

although barbarously treated by the Tories. Their ancestral 
home, "Tuscan Hall," is still a famous relic of colonial times. 
Also Nos. 4049, 9200. 

Mrs, Julia Willingham Bacon. 11440 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Wallace Winn Bacon. 

Descendant of Rev. Joseph Lawton, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Thomas H. Willingham and Cecilia M. Baynard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Willingham and Phebe Lawton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Lawton. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Joseph Lawton, who served 
as an officer during the Revolution. 

Mrs^ Bessie Willingham Tift. 11441 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Henry Tift. 

Descendant of Rev. Joseph Lawton. 

Daughter of Thomas H. Willingham and Cecilia M. Baynard, hij 
wife. 
See No. 11440. 

Mrs. Mary C. Richardson Davis Pace. 11442 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of W. W. Pace. 

Descendant of Capt. William Richardson, of South Caro- 
lina. 

Daughter of Col. William M. Davis and Mary Caroline Richard- 
son, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Guignard Richardson and Emma Cor- 
bett Buford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Richardson and Ann Magdalene 
Guignard, his wife. 

William Richardson was a member of the First Provincial 
Congress and appointed captain of the First Regiment of 
Rifles. He was captured at Charleston, paroled, and when 
exchanged served as quartermaster. He was born in Vir- 
ginia, 1745, and died, 1786, in Sumter county, S. C. 

Also Nos. 261, 5879, 7450, 8395. 



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Mrs. Florence Jones Weston. ii44j 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Burton Lee Weston. 

Descendant of Capt. William Capers, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Thomas William Jones and Ella Guild Capers, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Humphreys Capers and Jane Anne 
Hamilton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gabriel Bordeaux Capers and Janette 
Humphrey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Capers and Mary Singletary, his 
wife. 

William Capers, although a lad, joined his brother James in 
Marion's brigade and served with that fearless band in many 
battles, and rose to the rank of captain. He died in Sumter 
county, 181 2, aged fifty-four. 

Also Nos. 3565, 7724. 

Miss Eugenia Small, 11444 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. Solomon Owen, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Augustus B. Small and Anna Thomas Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Arnold Brown and Eliza Ann Hardin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brown and Abigail Owen, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Owen, Jr., and Rebecca Walden, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Owen and Ruth Angell, his 
wife. 

Solomon Owen served throughout the Revolution on the 
war committee of Gloucester. His brother Daniel was a 
a prominent patriot. 

Also No. 5188. 

Miss Mary Boggs Gude. 11445 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Joseph Sargent, Col. Thomas Denny, Phin- 
eas Jones and Maj. Asa Baldwin, all of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Albert Valentine Gude and Mary Denny Boggs, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Boggs and Sophia Sargent, his wife. 



I70 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Joseph Denny Sargent and Mindwell 
Jones, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Sargent, Jr., and Mary Denny, 
his wife; Phineas Jones and Lucy Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Sargent and Hannah Whitte- 
more, his wife; Thomas Denny and Mary Stores, his wife; Asa 
Baldwin and Abigail White, his wife. 

Joseph Sargent, during the Revolution, was a prominent 
patriot of Leicester, where he died, 1802, aged eighty-six. 

Thomas Denny, 1774, was a member of the Provincial Con- 
gress when he died at Leicester, where he was born, 1725. 

Phineas Jones served in the ranks. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Spencer, 1850, aged eighty-eight. 

Asa Baldwin served on the Committee of Correspondence 
and in the Worcester county regiment under Col. Samuel 
Denny. He was born at Spencer, 1721, and died there, 181 1. 

Also No. 1950. 

Mrs. Mamie Duncan Beal Robinson. 11446 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Charles Cornelius Robinson. 

Descendant of Robert Duncan, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of George Cleghorn Beal and Walter Pope Duncan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Perry Emory Duncan and Mary Ann Hill, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Duncan and Hannah Carr, his wife. 

Robert Duncan volunteered at sixteen under Gen. Francis 
Marion. He was in the battle of Guilford Court House, and 
the bounty land he received was located in District Ninety- 
Six. He was born, 1762, and died at Greenville, 1845. 

Mrs. Martha A. Robinson allen. 11447 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Howard W. Allen. 

Descendant of Capt.-Lieut. Christopher Champlin Robin- 
son, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Elisha Anthony Robinson, Jr., and Abbie Augusta 
Proud, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha A. Robinson and Mary H. Robinson, his 
wife. 



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Gr. -granddaughter of Christopher Champlin Robinson and Eliza- 
beth Anthony, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Christopher Robinson and Rhuhama 
Champlin, his wife. 

Christopher Champlin Robinson enlisted, 1777, was lieuten- 
ant in the regiment of Artillery commanded by Col. Robert 
Elliott, and, 1778, served under Capt. Ebenezer Adams. He 
was born at South Kingston, 1756, where he died, 1841. 

Also Nos. 837, 9257, 10799. 

Mrs. Anne P. Robinson Featherstone. 11448 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Edward Allen Featherstone. 

Descendant of Lieut. Christopher Champlin Robinson. 
Daughter of Elisha Anthony Robinson, Jr., and Abbie Augusta 
Proud, his wife. 
See No. 11447. 

Mrs. Kate Griffith Hill. 11449 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Rev. William Kuhns Hill. 

Descendant of Andrew McClaughry, of New York. 

Daughter of Andrew J. Griffiith and Margaret McClaughry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Mathew McClaughry and Margaret Leal, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas McClaughry and Sarah McCrea, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew McClaughry and Elizabeth Jane 
Harhsa, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew McClaughry and Margaret 
Parks, his wife. 

Andrew McClaughry, who was born in Ireland, enlisted in 
the Charlotte county militia in Capt. Alexander McNitt's 
company, Col. Alexander Webster's regiment. His brothers 
Matthew, Thomas and Richard also served in the ranks. 

Also No. 3950. 

Mrs. Harriet C. Blair Ward. ii45'o 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Henry Baldwin Ward. 

Descendant of Wyman Richardson, of Massachusetts; 
Corp. Barzillai Streeter, of Rhode Island. 



172 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Silas J. Blair and Charlotte C. Richardson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George H. Richardson and Cecilia W. Church, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Richardson and Nancy Streeter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Wyman Richardson and Ruth Lane, his 
wife; Barzillai Streeter and Mary Brown, his wife. 

Wyman Richardson, 1776, served as a minute man at vari- 
ous alarms. He was born at Attleboro, 1746, and died at 
Acworth, N. H., 1839. 

Barzillai Streeter served as boatman to the army until he 
enlisted, at the age of nineteen, and was corporal in Col. 
Archibald Crary's regiment. 

Also No. 9533. 

Miss Clara Morehouse. 1141^1 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Capt. Gershom Morehouse, Jabez Lord, 
Jabez Brown and Nathan Peck, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Louis Peck Morehouse and Frederika Gerhardt, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Louis Peck Morehouse and Harriet A. Brown, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Morehouse and Sarah Peck, his wife; 
Jabez Brown and Catherine Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Morehouse and Uranie Starr, his 
wife; Nathan Peck and Huldah Fabrique, his wife; Jabez Lord and 
Elizabeth Clark, his wife; Jabez Brown and Rebecca Smith, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Morehouse and Anna San- 
ford, his wife. 

Gershom Morehouse (i 727-1805) entered the army as a 
private and commanded a company at White Plains. 

Nathan Peck (1749-1816) served as a fifer in the first call for 
troops, under Col. David Waterbury. 

Jabez Lord (1745-94) served several times in the militia. 

Jabez Brown (1748-1834) enlisted in the Fifth Regiment. 

Also Nos. 4204, 5245. 

Miss Leila Clay Brown. 114^2 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Frazer, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of John Henry Brown and Emily Janet Frazer, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Horatio Nelson Frazer and Fanny Rudd Daniel- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Frazer, Jr., and Sarah Predmore, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Frazer and Lenah Bodine, his wife. 

John Frazer, who was born in Scotland, served as lieuten- 
ant in the Third Georgia Regiment. He died in Pike county, 
Penna., 1825, aged sixty-nine. 

Also No. 8376. 

Mrs. Alice May Barnes Cregier. 114^3 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Henry Edward Cregier. 

Descendant of Joshua Hempstead and of William Hemp- 
stead, of Connecticut ; David Barnes, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Charles W. Barnes and Martha Hempstead Harris, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Hempstead Harris and Mary Anne Wil- 
liams, his wife; John Barnes and Emeline Ryan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Harris and Lydia Hempstead, his 
wife; William Barnes and Margaret Wishart, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hempstead and Lydia Hemp- 
stead, his wife; Abner Barnes and Bashaby Reggins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Hempstead and Lydia Burch, 
his wife; and of David Barnes. 

Joshua Hempstead turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. John Deshon's company. He served as sheriff and 
brought to New London the news on horseback of the battle 
of Bunker Hill, killing a horse enroute. He was born at 
New London, 1724, where he died, 1806. 

William Hempstead served in the defense of New London, 
his native place. He died at St. Louis, Mo., 1821, aged sev- 
enty-three. 

Also Nos. 2307, 6703, 10926. 

David Barnes, who was born in England, served in the 
Salem county militia during the war. He was subsequently 
transferrred to the Invalid Corps, Continental Line. 

Also No. 10961. 

Miss Helen Richmond Gilbert. ii45'4 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Gilbert, of Connecticut. 



174 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of James Harris Gilbert and Ella K. Gilbert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elisha Benjamin Gilbert and Jane Harris, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Gilbert and Susannah White, his 
wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gilbert, Jr., and Rebecca Rany, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gilbert and Mary Butler, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Gilbert commanded a company under Col. Com- 
fort Sage when Tryon invaded the State. He was born at 
Middletown, 1723, and died there, 1787. 

Miss Florence Bradford Fargo. 114^^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Sergt. William Fargo, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles Fargo and Mary Bradford, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Congdell Fargo and Tacy Strong, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Fargo and Mary Congdell, his wife. 

William Fargo, 1776, enlisted as a private and served to 
the close of the war. He was corporal, 1780, and sergeant 
at the siege of Yorktown in Lafayette's command. He was 
born at New London, 1757, and died at Montville, 1801. 

Also No. 9018. 

Mrs. Lydia Perry Lee. 114^6 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Allen Lee. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Huddy, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Joseph Hargrave and Catherine Ferguson Perry, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Huddy Perry and Lydia Paddack, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Perry and Martin Huddy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Huddy and Mary Huddy, his wife. 

Joshua Huddy commanded a company of Artillery. He 
was an ardent Whig, a terror to the Tories, and, 1782, while 
defending a block house was overpowered by refugees, who 
hung him upon gallows made of rails. His will was written 
upon the barrel where he stood for execution ; his death ex- 
cited the entire country and Washington threatened retalia- 



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tion unless the murderers were punished. He was buried at 
Freehold with the honors of war. 
Also No. 4502, 

Mrs. Sarah E. Raymond Fitzwilliam. 1141^7 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Francis J. Fitzwilliam. 

Descendant of Jonathan Raymond and of Abijah Good- 
ridge, of Massahusetts. 

Daughter of Jonathan Raymond, 3d, and Catherine Holt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Raymond, Jr., and Patty Downs, his 
wife; Abial Holt and Catherine Goodridge, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Raymond and Susannah White, his 
wife; Abijah Goodridge and Eunice Martin, his wife. 

Jonathan Raymond (1735-83) served in the Northern De- 
partment, 1777, and 1778 enlisted in Capt. William Warner's 
company. 

Abijah Goodridge was a soldier under different commands. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Fitchburg, 1842, aged 
eighty-eight. 

Mrs. Anne M. Clayes Johnson. 11458 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Widow of Joseph Johnson. 

Descendant of John Clayes, Sergt. John Clayes, Jr., Col. 
Samuel Bullard, Col. Samuel Bullard, Jr., Corp. Aaron Bul- 
lard, Malachi Bullard, Capt. John Look, Benjamin Weaver, 
Ephraim Littlefield, William Grant and James Partridge, all 

of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hollis Clayes and Lydia Partridge Bullard, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Clayes and Eunice Look, his wife; Aaron 
Bullard and Jerusha Littlefield, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Clayes, Jr., and Desire Perry, his wife; 
John Look and Elizabeth Weaver, his wife; Samuel Bullard, Jr., and 
Lydia Partridge, his wife; Ephraim Littlefield and Sarah Grant, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Clayes and Elizabeth Morse, his 
wife; Benjamin Weaver and Ruth Sheffield, his wife; Samuel Bullard 
and Deborah Morse, his wife; William Grant and Elizabeth Marshall, 
his wife; James Partridge and Keziah Bullard, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Malachi Bullard and Bethiah Fisher, 
his wife. 



176 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

John Clayes (1707-94) served as selectman of Framingham. 

John Clayes, Jr., (1735-77) was at Concord and Bunker Hill. 

Samuel Bullard (1715-93) served with distinction and was a 
member of the council of war during the contest. 

Samuel Bullard, Jr., (1740-1816) commanded a Middlesex 
regiment in the Burgoyne campaign. 

Aaron Bullard (1761-1846) served as private and corporal. 

Malachi Bullard was on the Safety Committee of Medway. 

John Look (1735-78) was captain of a privateer. 

Benjamin Weaver (1708-93) served in the militia. 

Ephraim Littlefield (1747-1828) served in Rhode Island. 

William Grant (1727- 1802) guarded the prisoners captured 

from Burgoyne at Saratoga. 

James Partridge (1715-99) served as a minute man. 
Also Nos. 4696, 10442. ' 

Mrs. Mary Price Shanklin. 114^9 

Born in Kentucky. 

Widow of George S. Shanklin. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Crockett, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Daniel Branch Price and Eliza Crockett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Crockett and Elizabeth Moore Woodson, 
his wife. 

Joseph Crockett, 1775, was a minute man, a lieutenant at 
White Plains and commanded a company at Trenton, Prince- 
ton, Brandywine, Valley Forge and Monmouth. He was at 
the surrender of Burgoyne, in many battles with Morgan's 
Rifle regiment and in the expedition under Gen. George 
Rogers Clark he gave valuable service. He received land 
grants and was a pensioner when he died in Kentucky, 1829, 
aged eighty-seven. Upon his tomb is inscribed, "Honest and 

Patriotic in Life." 
Also No. 6505. 

Mrs. Hattie Morehouse Vandervort. 11460 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife .of Franklin C. Vandervort, M. D. 

Descendant of Corp. Sylvanus Clark and of James Parme- 
lee, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of John Morehouse and Jane Parmelee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Parmelee, Jr., and Cynthia Clark, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Clark and Dorothy Smith, his 
wife; James Parmelee and Jerusha Parmelee, his wife. 

Sylvanus Clark served seven enlistments. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Guilford, 1838, aged eighty-five. 

James Parmelee, 1779, enlisted at the age of seventeen. 

Mrs. Saidee Jackman Kimball Miller. 11461 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Franklin I. Miller. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Kimball, Sergt. Eliphalet Kil- 
burn and George Jackman, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Benjamin Rush Kimball and Caroline F. Jackman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adams Jackman and Sarah Farnum Sar- 
gent, his wife; David Flanders Kimball and Mary P. Kilburn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Jackman and Sarah Bamford, his 
wife; Benjamin Thurston Kimball and Mary Kilburn, his wife; 
Enoch Kilburn and Betsey Moore, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Jackman and Martha Webster, 
his wife; Peter Kimball and Elizabeth Thurston, his wife; Eliphalet 
Kilburn and Mary Thorla, his wife. 

Peter Kimball served four campaigns and one of them as 
a private. He was at Long Island, and his diary of 1776 has 
been published. He commanded a company at Bennington, 
where he was wounded. He held many offices of trust at 
Boscawen, where he died, 181 1, aged seventy-two. 

Eliphalet Kilburn served six enlistments during the war. 
He was at the siege of Boston, Ticonderoga, at the surrender 
of Burgoyne and in the Rhode Island campaign. He was 
bom at Rowley, Mass., 1752, and died at Boscawen, 1844. 

George Jackman served on the Committee of Safety, signed 
the Articles of Association and was a delegate to the conven- 
tion to form a permanent place of State government. He 
enlisted to fill the quota and for over thirty years was town 
clerk of Boscawen. He died, 1829, aged ninety-four. 

Also No. 5748. 

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178 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Mary Louise Kimball. 11462 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Peter Kimball, Sergt. Eliphalet Kil- 

burn and George Jackman. 

Daughter of Benjamin Rush Kimball and Caroline F. Jackman, his 
wife. 

See No. 11461. 

Mrs. Mandana Stevens Templeton. i 146^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of James Wilson Templeton. 

Descendant of Capt. Hezekiah Hutchins, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Justus Stevens and Lurena McConihe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McConihe and Ruth Noyes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lieut. James Noyes and Hannah Hutchins, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Hutchins and Anne Sweet, his 
wife. 

Hezekiah Hutchins, when he offered his services to the 
Committee of Safety, wrote, "that he had been in all wars 
since the taking of Louisburg and was two years chief engi- 
neer at Fort Frederick." He was captain in Col. James 
Reed's regiment at Bunker Hill, and, 1777, marched with 
volunteers to reinforce the army at Saratoga. He was born 
at Newbury, Mass., 1727, and died at Hempstead, 1796. 

Also Nos. 1417, 8483, 10438. 

Miss Fanny Harper Stevens. 11464 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Hutchins, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Justus Stevens and Lurena McConihe, his wife. 
See No. 11463. 

Miss Fannie Moseley. 1146^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Col. David Moseley, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Noble Moseley and Sarah A. Rose, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Roland Moseley and Achsah Pomeroy, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Moseley and Lydia Noble, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Moseley and Lydia Gay, his wife. 
See No. 11344. 



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Mrs. Mary Sophia Moseley Horton. 11466 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of William Ferdinand Horton. 
Descendant of Col. David Moseley. 
Daughter of Roland Moseley and Juliet Radcliffe, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Roland Moseley and Achsah Pomeroy, his wife. 
See Nos. ii344> 11465- 

Miss Caroline McConihe Horton. 11467 

•Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Col. David Moseley. 

Daughter of William Ferdinand Horton and Mary Sophia Moseley, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roland Moseley and Juliet Radcliflfe, his wife. 
See Nos. 11344, 11465. 

Miss Frances Radcliffe Horton. 11468 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Col. David Moseley. 

Daughter of William Ferdinand Horton and Mary Sophia Moseley, 
his wife. 
See Nos. 11344, 11467. 

Mrs. Mary Moseley Horton Moseley. 11469 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of William N. Moseley. 
Descendant of Col. David Moseley. 

Daughter of William Ferdinand Horton and Mary Sophia Moseley, 
his wife. 
See Nos. 11344, 11467. 

Mrs. Lora S. Ward Bates. 11470 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Eugene C. Bates. 

Descendant of Capt. William Ward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Ward and Lucretia Stone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ward and Elizabetli Gove, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of William Ward, who commanded a 
Hampshire county company under Col. Ezra May, which 
marched at the Bennington Alarm. 



l8o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■_ ■ ■ - - - ■ — ■ 

Mrs. Frances Viola Seymour McAffee. 11471 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William D. McAffee. 

Descendant of Capt. Ezekiel Herrick, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Philander Seymour and Laura M. Belding, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Belding and Fanny Herrick, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Amasa Herrick and Polly Robinson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezekiel Herrick and Abigail Wilson, his 
wife. 

Ezekiel Herrick was a member of the General Court. He 
served in the Berkshire county militia, and, 1776, was ap- 
pointed captain of the Ninth Company. 

Mrs. Nancy L Conklin. 11472 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Dorsey T. Conklin. 

Descendant of Maj. Robert Wilson, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of James Swan and Mary W. Grant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James W. Swan and Agnes Nancy Blair, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Jeremiah Swan and Anna Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Wilson and Mary Hodge, his wife. 

Robert Wilson, who was born in Ireland, and had fought 
under Wolfe, held many offices of trust during the Revolu- 
tion. He responded to the Lexington Alarm, was major at 
Bennington, Saratoga, and detailed to escort six hundred 
Hessian prisoners to Boston. He died at Peterborough, 

1790, aged fifty-three. 
Also Nos. 1650, 10429. 

Mrs. Adaline Emerson Thompson. 11473 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of N. F. Thompson. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Emerson, of New Hampshire ; 
Lieut. William Talcott, Col. Charles Burrall and Capt. Sam- 
uel Rockwell, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Emerson and Adaline Elizabeth Talcott, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Wait Talcott and Elizabeth Anna Norton, his 
wife; Ralph Emerson and Eliza Rockwell, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of William Talcott and Dorothy Blish, his wife; 
Daniel Emerson and Ann Fletcher, his wife; Martin Rockwell and 
Mary Burrall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Talcott and Mary Carter, his 
wife; Charles Burrall and Abigail Kellogg, his wife; Samuel Rock- 
well and Hepzibeth Pratt, his wife. 

Daniel Emerson (1746-1820) was captain of a company from 

Hollis that marched to Ticonderoga. He served under Col. 

Hercules Mooney in the Rhode Island campaign, and, 1780, 

was a representative to the General Court. 

Also Nos. 1398, 2533, 4974, 5742, 6397. 

William Talcott (1742-1807) turned out from Hebron at the 
Lexington Alarm. He served as ensign, 1778, and as lieu- 
tenant, 1780, for coast defense. 

Also Nos. 6396, 7101, 9990. 

Charles Burrall (1720-1803) commanded the Fourteenth 

Regiment and was at the surrender of Burgoyne. 

Also No. 7747. 

Samuel Rockwell (1728-94) enlisted as a private and was 
captain of a company from Colebrook in Tryon's invasion. 

Also Nos. 6244, 7751. 

MRS. MELINDA JANE P. ROBERTS. 11474 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Eli F. Roberts. 

Descendant of Ezekial Perham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ezekiel Perham and Phebe Allen, his wife. 

Ezekial Perham enlisted, 1780, at the age of sixteen and 
was honorably discharged when peace was declared, having 
given three years' service. He was born at Pepperill, Mass., 
and died at Perrysburg, N. Y., 1843. 

Also No. 9989. 

Mrs. Alma M. Burbank Walton. 1147^ 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of William Walton. 

Descendant of Corp. David Burbank and of Lieut. Benja- 
min Jackman, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of David Emery Burbank and Mary Malintha Eliot, his 
wife. 



l82 DAUGHT3^RS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Burbank and Polly Jackman, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of David Burbank and Mary Little, his wife; 
and of Benjamin Jackman. 

See No. 11279. 

David Burbank enlisted as a private, was in Capt. Joshua 
Abbot's company, Col. John Stark's regiment, at Bunker 
Hill and served as corporal under Capt. Peter Kimball at the 
battle of Bennington. He was born at Boscawen, 1754, and 
died at Warren, 181 5. 

Mrs. Rebecca Zearing Carse. 11476 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Martin Carse. 

Descendant of Henry Zearing and of John Jonas Rupp, of 
Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Zearing and Margaretta Harman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Zearing and Maria Elizabeth Rupp, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Jonas Rupp and Anna Maria Eliza- 
beth Borst, his wife. 

Henry Zearing, 1776, at sixteen, enlisted as a soldier and 
served under Washington. He died at Johnstown, 1798. 

John Jonas Rupp was a patriot who contributed supplies 
to the army. He was born in Germany, 1729, and died in 
Cumberland county, 1801. 

Mrs. Anna J. Allyn Norton. 11477 

Born in Vermont. 
Widow of Hamilton Norton. 
Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Webster, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Henry Allyn and Ruth Webster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Webster and Anna Robinson, his wife. 

Isaac Webster (1755-1827) was a private at the battle of 
Bennington under Capt. Samuel Robinson and served as ser- 
geant in Col. Seth Warner's regiment. He was taken pris- 
oner, carried to Canada, and in making his escape received 
many wounds. He was born and died at Bennington. 

Also Nos. 3778, 7107. 

Miss Gratia P. Norton. 11478 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Norton, of Long Island. 



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Daughter of Hamilton Norton and Anna J. Allyn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Isaac Norton and Sybil Wright, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Norton and Anna Griffin, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Norton and Elizabeth Norton, 

Nathaniel Norton, who had fought in the early wars, was 
commissioned lieutenant, 1776, in the Fourth Continental 
Regiment. He was in the "Corps de Reserve" at Mon- 
mouth, engaged with the Artillery in that battle and served 
in Sullivan's expedition. He was the oldest member of the 
State Society of the Cincinnati and a pensioner when he died, 
1837, aged ninety-four. 

Also Nos. 6409, 7587. 

Miss Mary E. Norton. 11479 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Norton. 

Daughter of Hamilton Norton and Anna J. Allyn, his wife. 
See No. 11478. 

Miss Sarah Louise Sargent. 11480 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Henry Pensel, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Isaac Sargent and Lusina L. Carpenter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Carpenter and Mary Stark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter df Gilbert Carpenter and Catherine Pensel, his 
wife; Paul Stark and Catherine Rosecrans, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Pensel and Sally Pensel. 

Henry Pensel fell in the defense of the Wyoming Valley. 
He swam for safety to Monocasy Island, was discovered by a 
Tory brother and shot dead while pleaHing at his feet. 

Miss Lizzie P. Swan. 11481 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Maj. Robert Wilson, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of James Swan and Elizabeth White, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James W. Swan and Agnes Nancy Blair, his 
wife. 
See No. 11472. 

Mrs. Frances Evelyn Ingraham. 11482 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Hiram Foster Ingraham. 



1 84 DAUGHTjeRS OF TH^ AMJ^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Josiah Wood, of Massachusetts ; John Hfl- 
Hard and Daniel Couch, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Hilliard Wood and Frances A. Gregory, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Emery Wood and Permelia Marsh, his wife; 
David Gregory and Lucy Betts, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Wheelock Wood and Lydia Seymour, his 
wife; Royal Marsh and Rhoda Hilliard, his wife; Daniel Betts and 
Sarah Couch, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Couch and Sarah House, his wife; 
and of Emery Wood; and of John Hilliard. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Wood. 

Josiah Wood served on the Committee of Correspondence. 
He was born at Rowley, 1700. 

Daniel Couch enlisted in the first call of troops and served 
at the siege of Boston. He was born at Redding, 1739, and 
died in Saratoga county, N. Y., 1818. 

John Hilliard, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. Jedi- 
diah Hyde's company. He was born at Stonington, 1729. 

Mrs. Martha Susan Harlin. 11483 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Robert Harlin. 

Descendant of Daniel Couch, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of David Gregory and Lucy Betts, his wife. 
See No. 1 1482. 

Mrs. Grace Stennett Davidson. 11484 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of George M. Davidson. 
Descendant of William Hewitt, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Henry Stennett and Sara Hughitt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos Hughitt and Miranda Clark, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Hewitt and Sabra Hewitt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hewitt and Sarah Coyle, his wife. 

William Hewitt, 1775, was clerk of Capt. Timothy Gaylord's 
company. Col. Fisher's regiment, and also served with the 
Independent Rangers. He was born at Stonington, 1749, 
and died in Cayuga county, N. Y. 

Mrs, Sarah Abigail Durfee. 11485; 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Capt. George S. Durfee. 



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Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Avery, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Westcott Powers and Almira Avery Giles, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Giles and Almira Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Avery and Pamela Fox, his wife. 

Jonathan Avery, 1775, enlisted as a private, was orderly 
sergeant in Putnam's brigade at the battle of Long Island, 
and his original order book is in the possession of the family. 
He was a pensioner of 1818. He was born at Montville, 
Conn., 1755, and died at Charlemont, Mass., 1847, 

Miss Ghiselle May Durfee. 11486 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Avery. 

Daughter of Capt. George S. Durfee and Sarah Powers, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Westcott Powers and Almira Avery 
Giles, his wife. 
See No. 11485. 

Miss Jennie E. Durfee. 11487 

Born in Michigan. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Joseph Durfee, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Durfee and Margaret Kirk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gardner Durfee and Betsey Brightman, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Durfee and Elizabeth Turner, his 
wife. 

Joseph Durfee (1750-1841) commanded a company under 

Col. Thomas Carpenter at the Rhode Island Alarm. He was 

promoted major, 1778, and, 1779, chosen lieutenant colonel 

of Light Infantry in Col. John Jacob's regiment. 
Also No. 10975. 

Mrs, Anna H. Jack Roberts. 11488 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas Tenbrook Roberts. 

Descendant of John Jack, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Joseph Jack and Hannah Jane Herron, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Jack and Nancy McCoy, his wife. 

John Jack enlisted in Capt. Joseph Eager's company. Col. 
Archibald Lockrey's regiment, and was wounded at Wood- 
bridge, N. J., April 19, 1777. He served with the Rangers, 



1 86 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

1 781, under Capt. Andrew Sweringer. He died, 181 5, in 
Westmoreland county, aged sixty-eight. 

Mrs. Emada L Durfee Griswold. 11489 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Charles L. Griswold. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Joseph Durfee, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George Solon Durfee and Sarah Abigail Powers, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Durfee and Margaret Kirk, his wife. 
See No. 11487. 

Mrs, Bessie McLaughlin Black. 11490 

Born in California. 

Wife of Dr. Carl Ellsworth Black. 

Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott and of Samuel Wol- 
cott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James McLaughlin and Frances Caroline Kirby, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Kirby and Hannah McClure Wolcott, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Wolcott and Rachel McClure, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wolcott and Jerusha Wolcott, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Erastus Wolcott and Jerusha Wol- 
cott, his wife; Gideon Wolcott and Naomi Olmsted, his wife. 

Erastus Wolcott (1722-93) commanded a regiment at the 
siege of Boston, and after the evacuation superintended the 
erection of fortifications at Forts Trumbull and Griswold. 
He served as brigadier-general, 1777, to defend the State 
when it was invaded by Tryon. 

Samuel Wolcott served in the commissary department. He 
was born at East Windsor, 1751, and died there, 1813. 

Also Nos. 3291, 4790, 5574. 

Mrs. Arabella Clement Kirby. 11491 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Capt. William A. Kirby. 

Descendant of Benjamin Moody Clement, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Joshua Clement and Hliza Harvey, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Benjamin Moody Clement and Rachael Herrick, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Moody Clement (1763-1842) enlisted as a drum- 
mer, 1 781, in Capt. Nathaniel Head's company under Col. 
Thomas Stickney. 

Mrs. Helen Frances Medbury Gridley. 11492 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Nelson Cowles Gridley. 

Descendant of Benjamin Medbury, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Martin Blackman Medbury and Malinda P. Phillips, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abner Medbury and Rhoda Blackmar, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Medbury and Rhoda Harris, his 
wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Benjamin Medbury, who 

turned out at the Rhode Island Alarm in 1779. He was born 
at Smithfield, 1718, and died there, 1795. 

Mrs. Emma Brewster Harts. 11493 

Born in New York. 
Wife of David H. Harts. 
Descendant of Ens. Peter West, of New York. 

Daughter of Ethan Allen Brewster and Mary Forsyth, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Robert Forsyth and Hannah Possone, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Possone and Anne West, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter West and Elizabeth Reichtmeyer, 
his wife. 

Peter West served as ensign in Capt. Lucas De Witt^s com- 
pany. Col. Abraham Hasbrouck's regiment of Ulster county 
militia. He was born in Holland, 1749, and died in Schoharie 
county, 1829. 

Also No. 9992. 

Miss Caroline Montgomery Rice. 11494 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Gen. William Montgomery, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Montgomery Rice and Eliza Ballance, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Poage Rice and Caroline Montgomery, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Montgomery and Margaret Reed, his 
wife. 



1 88 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Col. John Montgomery and Elizabeth 
Bell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Montgomery and Margaret 
Nevin, his wife. 

William Montgomery, 1775, served as an Associator, 1776, 
was a delegate to the Provincial Conference and one of a 
committee to devise means for raising troops. He was colo- 
nel of the Chester County Flying Camp, which served at Port 
Washington, Trenton, Princeton and Monmouth. He was 
a member of the Assembly from Northumberland county, 
1779, and founded the town of Danville, where he died, 1816, 
aged eighty. 

Also Nos. 1334, 3120, 4265, 7318, 9810. 

Miss Cornelia A. Collins. 1149^ 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of William Collins, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Collins and Mary Louise Allen, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Collins and Esther Morris, his wife. 

William Collins, 1777, when a lad of seventeen, enlisted in 
the regiment commanded by Col. Return Jonathan Meigs, 
and, 1779, served under his uncle, Maj. Augustus Collins, in 
Ward's brigade. At the age of eighty he applied for a pen- 
sion. He died at CoUinsville, 111., 1847. 

Also Nos. 6543, 8870. 

Mrs. Sarah C. Robinson Carnahan, i 1496 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Augustus Gaston Carnahan. 
Descendant of William Hueston, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Thomas Robinson and Eleanor Hueston, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Matthew Hueston and Catherine Davis, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Hueston and Elizabeth Taylor, his 
wife. 

William Hueston served with the Associators during the 

Revolution. He was surprised and killed by the Indians at 

Taylor's Fort, Ohio county, W. Va., at the close of the war. 
Also No. 9563. 

Mrs. Mary Rutherford Carstensen, 11497 

Born in Maryland. 
Wife of Gustav A. Carstensen. 



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Descendant of Hon. Robert Rutherford, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Francis John Thomas and Martha Raymond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lloyd Thomas and Mary Rutherford Brown, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James Brown and Eleanor Rutherford, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Rutherford and Mary Dobyn 
Howe, his wife. 

Robert Rutherford, 1775, was a delegate from Berkeley to 
the Williamsburg convention and on the committee to reply- 
to the proclamation of Lord Dunmore. He was born in Scot- 
land, 1728, and died in Jefferson county, 1803. 

Mrs. Anna Sayles Forde. 11498 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of William Sayles and of Seth Griffin. 

Daughter of William Sayles and Catherine May Loevenguth, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Smith Sayles and Deborah Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Sayles and Phila Griffin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Griffin and Mary Griffin, his wife; 
William Sayles and Ann Mowry, his wife. 

Seth Griffin, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Hezekiah Holcomb's 
company, served at Bennington, where he received wounds 
which crippled him for life. He was born in Connecticut and 
died at Peterboro, N. Y., 1800. 

William Sayles marched from Wrentham, Mass., at the 
Lexington Alarm, in Capt. Asa Fairbank's company. He 
was born at Smithfield, R. I., 1744, and died at Canastota, 
N. Y., 1832. 

Mrs. Eliza Brown Wiley. 11499 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of William H. Wiley. 
Descendant of Sergt. George Brown, of Virginia; John 

John, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ryland Thomas Brown and Mary Reader, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Brown and Hannah John, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John John and Barbara Evans, his wife. 

George Brown, 1777, at the age of seventeen, enlisted for 
three years in Capt. Jacob Valentine's company. Col. George 



igo DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gibson's regiment. He served to the close of the war and 
located in Mason county, Ky., on the land granted him for 
bounty. He died in Bush county, Ind., 1825. 

John John, who was born in Wales, was among the first to 
enlist from Pennsylvania, and served from the siege of Bos- 
ton to the surrender of Cornwallis. He was detailed by 
Washington to run a grist mill at Valley Forge for the starv- 
ing troops. He gave valuable service in the Indian warfare 
under Logan. He died in Mason county, Ky., 1820. 

Also Nos. 353, 5213. 

Mrs. Mary Korbly McNutt. ii5'oo 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of John Gilbert McNutt. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Beall, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles A. Korbly and Mary A. Bright, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Michael Graham Bright and Betsy Brook Steele, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Adam Steele and Betsy Brook Beall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Beall and Elizabeth Somers 
Stevenson, his wife. 

Robert Beall, 1775, was lieutenant of the Eighth Regiment, 
commanded by Col. Peter Muhlenberg, and the commission 
signed by the Committee of Safety is still in the family. 

Also No. 8396. 

Mrs, Katharine Wiley Waite. ii^oi 

Born in Indiana. 
Descendant of Sergt. George Brown, of Virginia; John 

John, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William H. Wiley and Eliza Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ryland Thomas Brown and Mary Reader, his 
wife. 

See No. 11499. 

Miss Sada Brixton. 11^02 

Born in Indiana. 

Descendant of David Baker, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William P. Britton and Elizabeth Johnson, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Chilion Johnson and Ann Woodruff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mahlon Johnson and Sarah Baker, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of David Baker, who served as 
a private in the Morris county militia. He was born at Mor- 
ristown, 1750, and died 1833. 

Mrs. Ella Edwards Durham. 11503 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of James Elmer Durham. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Edwards, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Alphonso Edwards and Malvina Madarea 
Sharon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Frederick Augustus Edwards and Polly Barker, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Edwards and Lucy Wheeler, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Edwards was a minute man from Acton and en- 
listed three times. He was at the Concord fight when his 
captain, Isaac Davis, was killed, and served at Dorchester 
Heights during the siege of Boston. He was born at Acton, 
1757, and died at Temple, N. H., 1826. 

Also No. 5377. 

Mrs* Katharine Wetmore McNulty. 11J04 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of William Tuttle McNulty. 

Descendant of Capt. John Wetmore, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Alphonzo Wetmore and Mary Pegg, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Pythagoras Wetmore and Nancy Jessup, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Wetmore and Lois Bronson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wetmore and Elizabeth Leming, 
his wife. 

John Wetmore commanded a company of militia under 

Col. Comfort Sage at the New Haven Alarm in 1779. He 

was born at Middletown, 1727, and died at Torrington, 1795. 

Mrs. Carrie Black Bostwick. ii5'o^ 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Ozro Patterson Bostwick. 
Descendant of Nathan Sawtell, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Crosby Black and Chloe Keith Wilbur, his wife. 



192 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Wilbur and Lydia Sawtell, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Nathan Sawtell and Sarah Butterfield, his 
wife. 

Nathan Sawtell, 1779, enlisted in Capt. John Porter's com- 
pany, Col. Samuel Denny's regiment, that marched to Clav- 
erack, N. Y. He was born at Dunstable. 

Mrs. Winifred Elizabeth Jackson. ii5'o6 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of John Jackson. 

Descendant of Silas Seward, of New York. 
Daughter of George Dustin and Clarissa Bunker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Bunker and Clarissa Seward, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Silas Seward and Charlotta Seward, his wife. 

Silas Seward, who was born in Ireland, enlisted, 1775, as a 
musician at the age of fifteen. He served in the Burgoyne 
campaign and under different commands during the war. 
He was a pensioner when he died in Broome county, 1841. 

Mrs. Frances Sophia Wilcox Curtis. 11507 

Born in Iowa. 

Wife of George Lewis Curtis. 

Descendant of Thomas Clarke, of Massachusetts; Reuben 
Wilcox, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Frederick Plumb Wilcox and Annie Maria Clarke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Franklin Clarke and Abigail Fish Nye, 
his wife; Francis Wilcox and Sophia Bulkeley. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Clarke and Elizabeth Gifford, his wife; 
Reuben Wilcox and Hannah Johnson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Thomas Clarke and Lydia Ellis, his wife. 

Thomas Clarke was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm, 
served at the siege of Boston, and marched at the Rhode 
Island Alarms under different commands. He was bom at 
Plymouth, 1747, and died there, 1799. 

Reuben Wilcox enlisted from Middletown at the age of 
seventeen in Capt. John Allen^s company, 1779, and was in 
the battle of Morrisania. He was a pensioner when he died 
in Oneida county, N. Y., 1853. 
Also Nos. 7122, 8752. 



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Mrs. Harriet Plummer Taft Kimball. 11^08 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Nelson W. Kimball. 

Descendant of William Burnett, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Reuben Taft and Olive Chamberlain, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Selah Chamberlain and Abigail Burnett, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Burnett and Lucy Burnett, his wife. 

William Burnett served as a minute man from Warwick in 
Capt. Eldad Wright's company, Col. Samuel Williams' regi- 
ment, and marched to Cambridge at the Lexington Alarm. 

Also No. 10578. 

Mrs. Emily Dunlap Wood. 115:09 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Norman Nelson Wood. 

Descendant of Maj. William Dunlap, of Kentucky. 
Daughter of Col. James Dunlap and Elisabeth Freeman, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Rev. James Dunlap and Emily Johnson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of William Dunlap and Rebecca Robertson, 
his wife. 

William Dunlap served as a soldier until the surrender at 
Yorktown, and the gun he carried is in the possession of the 
family. He died at Lexington, 1816, aged seventy-three. 

/iRS. Mary Ely Weare Peirce. iijio 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of Howard Gilpin Peirce. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Ashley, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of George Weare and Mary Carpenter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Weare and Cynthia Ashley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ashley and Eunice Doolittle, his 
wife. 

Samuel Ashley, 1775, was a member of the Committee of 
Safety and of the First Provincial Congress. He served as 
mustering officer, paymaster and commanded a regiment at 
the Ticonderoga Alarm. He was on Stark's staff at Ben- 
nington and with Gates in the Burgoyne campaign. He was 
born at Westfield, Mass., 1720, and died at Claremont, 1792. 
A chapter has been named in honor of this patriot by the 
"Daughters'* of Claremont. His sons, Oliver and Samuel, 
served as officers during the Revolution. 

Also No. 7927. 

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194 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Ida Wood Atwater. iijii 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of William Albert Atwater. 

Descendant of Maj. William Dunlap, of Kentucky. 
Daughter of Norman Nelson Wood and Emily Dunlap, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Col. James Dunlap and Elizabeth Freeman, his 
wife. 
See No. 11509. 

Mrs. Gladys E. Garrison Williams. ihji2 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Charles Kilborn Williams. 

Descendant of Lieut. Sampson Sammons, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. Cantine Garrison and Helen Mar Crane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua Garrison, M. D., and Mary Cantine, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter A. Cantine and Jane Sammons, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sampson Sammons. 

Sampson Sammons served on the Committee of Safety and 
was lieutenant of a company of Exempts, commanded by 
Capt. Jellis Fonda. In 1780 when Sir John Johnson invaded 
the Mohawk Valley, his property was destroyed and he and 
two sons were captured. He died in Montgomery county, 
1796, aged seventy-four. 

Also Nos. 5224, 6565. 

Mrs. Mary Helen Peirce Moller. njij 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of C. H. C. Moller. 

Descendant of Capt. John Granger, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of John Peirce and Alice Louise Granger, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Granger and Eunice Owen, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Washington Granger and Sally Nye, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Granger and Rebecca Haskell, his 
wife. 

John Granger commanded a company of minute men at 
the Lexington Alarm. He served at the siege of Boston in 
Col. Ebenezer Learned's regiment, but ill health compelled 
him to leave the army, and he died at New Braintree, 1783, 
aged forty-nine. 

Also No. 8936. 



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Miss Susanna H. Weare. 11514 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Ashley, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of George Weare and Mary Carpenter, his wife. 
See No. 11510. 

Mrs. Laura R. Gibbon. ii^ij 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Dr. William H. Gibbon. 
Descendant of John Gibbon and of Edmund Keasbey, of 

New Jersey. 

Daughter of Leonard Gibbon and Sarah Ardery, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Leonard Gibbon and Rachel Keasbey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gibbon and Esther Seeley, his wife; 
Edmund Keasbey and Saiah Quinton, his wife. 

John Gibbon, 1776, volunteered from Greenwich in the 
militia, and was soon captured. He died of starvation on 
the prison ship "J^i"sey," June 20, 1777, aged forty. 

Edmund Keasbey (1726-79), was a member of the Council 
of Safety and of the Provincial Congress from Salem county, 
1776. He was among those who refused to lay down arms 
when offered pardon and was so obnoxious to the British 
that a price was set upon his head. 

Also Nos. 3630, 10461. 

Miss Julia H. Bunnell. iiji6 

Born in Connecticut. 
Descendant of Capt. Abijah Sterling and of Joseph Strong, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Rufus Bunnell and Cornelia Sterling, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Sterling and Deborah Strong, his wife. 

•Gr.-granddaughter of Abijah Sterling and Eunice Sherwood, his 
wife; Joseph Strong and Comfort Nichols, his wife. 

Abijah Sterling was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm. He 
commanded a company, 1777, that marched to Peekskill and 
served in the defense of the State during the Tryon inva- 
sion. He was born at Bridgeport, 1745, and died there, 1802. 

Joseph Strong (1741-1816), enlisted as a soldier, 1776, was 
wounded in battle and received an honorable discharge. He 
died at Fairfield, his birthplace. 

Also Nos. 288, 4590, 8403. 



196 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Mrs. Lizzie Marshall Waller. njiy 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Rev. Maurice Waller, D. D. 
Descendant of CoL Thomas Marshall and of Capt. Thomas 

Marshall, Jr., of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. Charles A. Marshall and Phebe A. Paxton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Marshall, Jr., and Frances Maitland 
Kennan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Randolph Keith, 
his wife. 

Thomas Marshall, who had served in the early wars, led 
Culpeper minute men at the battle of Great Bridge. He 
was a member of the convention that declared the Indepen- 
dence of the colonies. He fought at Princeton and took 
command after Gen. Hugh Mercer was mortally wounded. 
For gallantry at Brandywine the House of Delegates voted 
him a sword and his regiment covered the retreat at Ger- 
mantown. He was with the army at Valley Forge was taken 
prisoner at the surrender of Charleston, and when exchanged 
served until the close of the war, when he was appointed sur- 
veyor general of Kentucky. He died in Mason county, Ky., 
1809, aged seventy-nine. 

Thomas Marshall, Jr., at seventeen enlisted under his 
father and rose to the rank of captain. He was born in 
Fauquier county, Va., 1761, and died in Mason county, Ky., 
1833. His brothers John and James Markham, also gave 
service during the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 311, 3161, 5099, 7783, 9585. 

Mrs. LuTiE Kale Edwards, 11^18 

Born in Texas. 
Wife of Edward Lewis Edwards. 

Descendant of Gen. Thomas Rodney, of Delaware. 
Daughter of John P. Kale and Isabella Rodney Wallace, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Wallace and Susan Rodney, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Caesar Augustus Rodney and Susan E. 
Hunn, his wife. 
See No. 11427. 



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Mrs. Mildred McLean Quackenbush. 11519 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Harry Woodford Quackenbush. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Richard Taylor, Dr. Thomas 
Walker, Col. Nicholas Lewis, of Virginia; James Gowdy, of 

Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hancock Taylor McLean and Helen Elizabeth Wade, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McLean and Mildred Jane Taylor, his wife; 
Richard Marshall Wade and Sarah Jane Reno, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hancock Taylor and Anna Hornsby Lewis, 
his wife; Louis Reno and Sarah Lee Gowdy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Merriweather Lewis and Mil- 
dred Hornsby, his wife; James Gowdy and Catherine Pogue, his 
wife; Richard Taylor and Sarah Strother, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hornsby and Mildred Walker, 
his wife; Nicholas Lewis and Mary Walker, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Walker and Mildred 
Thornton, his wife. 

Richard Taylor, 1775, entered the army as lieutenant, and, 
1779, commanded the Second Virginia Regiment. He was 
born in Orange county and located his bounty land in Ken- 
tucky, where he died, 1829, aged eighty-eight. 

Also Nos. 2562, 6548. 

Thomas Walker (1714-1794), the early explorer of Ken- 
tucky, was a member of the Committee of Safety of Albe- 
marle county, Va. He was a commissioner to treat with the 
Indians and President of the Board to determine the boun- 
dary line of North Carolina. 

Also Nos. 2635, 3046, 4982, 5515, 6748, 9374- 

Nicholas Lewis served as Deputy for Buckingham, Va., 
and commanded minute men in the successful expedition 
against the Cherokee Indians. 

Also Nos. 612, 2628. 

James Gowdy, 1777, enlisted in Capt. James Steele's In- 
dependent Company. He was born at Lancaster, Pa., 1758, 
and was a pensioner when he died at Covington, Ky., 1849. 

Miss Kate Scudder. ii5'2o 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Benjamin Adams, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Sidney Scudder and Anna Potter, his wife. 



198 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Granddaughter of William Woodburn Potter and Henrietta 
Adams, his wife. 

Or. -granddaughter of Benjamin Adams, Jr., and Elizabeth Talphy, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Adams and Abigail Pickering, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Adams, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Abijah Smith's 
company under Col. Enoch Hale. His name is on the pay- 
roll of Col. Moses Nichols' regiment, and is found on the 
list of prisoners on the '7^^*sey." He was born at Newing- 
ton, 1728, and died there, 1803. 

Also Nos. 2687, 3080. 

Mrs. Laura Raine Alexander Wiggin. 11J21 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Orville James Wiggin. 

Descendant of Capt. Isham Talbot, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Charlton Alexander and Laura Raine, his wife. 

'Granddaughter of John Raine and Elizabeth Talbot, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isham Talbot* and Jane Talbot (cousin), his 
wife. 

Isham Talbot enlisted when a lad in the Virginia militia, 
and served in the Jersey campaign. He settled in Kentucky 
and was in the battle of Blue Licks, 1782. He died at Louis- 
ville, Ky., 1839, aged eighty. 

Also Nos. 4072, 5676. 

Mrs. Mary McDowell Garrard. 11^22 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Richard F. Garrard. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell and of Ens. James 

McDowell, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Ephraim McDowell, M. D., and Lucretia C. 
Feemster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James McDowell and Mary Paxton Lyle, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung, his 
wife. 

Samuel McDowell was a member of the House of Dele- 
gates, of the "State Council" and of the convention which 
instructed the delegates to the Continental Congress to "de- 
clare the United Colonies free and independent States." He 



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commanded a company of scouts at the beginning of the 
war and a regiment of Augusta county militia at Guilford 
Court House. He was the first circuit judge of Kentucky, 
where he died, 1817, aged eighty-two. A chapter has been 
named in his honor by the ''Daughters" of Cynthiana. 

Also Nos. 645, 5652, 6404, 7629, 8406, 9384. 

James McDowell, 1776, enlisted at sixteen and was ensign 
at the siege of Yorktown. He was a pensioner of Fayette 
county when he died, 1844. 

Miss Mary Stewart Bunch. 11J25 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Hopkins, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Thomas Bunch and Martha Isabella Hopkins, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Bugg Hopkins and Caroline Imlay Brent, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Samuel Hopkins and Elizabeth Bugg, his 
wife. 

Samuel Hopkins raised and equipped a company and was 
at Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine and wounded at Ger- 
mantown. He was lieutenant colonel at Monmouth and colo- 
nel of the Tenth Virginia at the siege of Charleston, where 
he was taken prisoner. He died in Henderson county, Ky., 
1819, aged sixty-six. A chapter has been named in his 
honor by the "Daughters" of Henderson. 

Also No. 2204. 

Mrs. Annie Dupree Elam Yeaman. ii5'24 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of William Dupree, of Virginia. 

Daughter of William S. Elam and Rebecca Holloway Stites, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Harmon El|im and Nannie Dupree, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of William Dupree and Annie Pettis, his wife. 

William Dupree served as a soldier in the Virginia Line. 
He was born, 1759, in Charlotte county, where he died, 1850. 

Also No. 842. 



200 DAUGHTERS OF TrfE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Katherine Sharp Foster. ii5'2J 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Thomas L. Foster. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Sharp, of Kentucky. 
Daughter of John M. Sharp and Kate Collins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Solomon P. Sharp and Eliza Thompson Scott, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Sharp and Jean Maxwell, his wife. 

Thomas Sharp, who was born in England, served in the 
frontier warfare against the Indians and Tories. He was 
at Long Island Flats, July 20, 1776, where "Dragging Ca- 
noe" was wounded and defeated. He served at King's 
Mountain, as did his brothers Benjamin and John, and his 
two brothers-in-law, Jesse and George Maxwell. 

Mrs. Ida A. Perkins Edwards. ii5'26 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Charles Grey Edwards. 

Descendant of Col. William Harding Perkins, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Edmund Taylor Perkins and Mary E. Addison, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Perkins and Eliza Sydnor Richardson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Harding Perkins and Elizabeth 
Fearne, his wife. 

William Harding Perkins was a prominent patriot of Buck- 
ingham county and served as colonel of militia. 
Also No. 1784. 

Mrs. Mary Sydnor Walker. 11^27 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Walter Walker. 
Descendant of Col. William Harding Perkins. 

Daughter of Edmund Taylor Perkins and Mary E. Addison, his 
wife. 
See No. 11526. 

Mrs. Alice Wortley La Rue Eberhart. 11^28 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of F. W. Eberhart. 

Descendant of Capt. James Ward, of Virginia. 
Daughter of John La Rue and Corrilla Humphreys, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Robert Humphreys and Harriet Waters, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Humphreys and Jane Ward, his wife. 

Cr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Ward and Phoebe Lockhart, his 
wife. 

James Ward commanded a company of Botetourt county 
militia in Col. William Fleming's regiment at Point Pleas- 
ant under Gen. Andrew Lewis. The allied Indians led by 
Cornstalk were at last driven back, but seven captains lost 
their lives in this bloody battle. James Ward was buried 
on the field and his grave is unknown. 

Mrs. TiLLiE Humphreys La Rue. 11^29 

Born in Kentucky. 
Descendant of Capt. James Ward. 

Daughter of John La Rue and Corrilla Humphreys, his wife. 
See No. 11528. 

Miss Lily Marshall Casey. njjo 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Marshall and of Capt. Thomas 
Marshall, Jr., of Virginia. 

Daughter of James B. Casey and Lucy Ambler Marshall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Marshall and Lucy McDowell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall, Jr., and Frances Maitland 
Kennan, his wife. 

See No. 11517. 

Mrs. Keturah Foote Phelps. 11^31 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Jefferson Phelps. 

Descendant of Sergt. Moses Daulton, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Charles Doolittle Foote and Mary Daulton Arnold, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Grinstead Arnold and Margarite Daulton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Daulton and Mary Fristoe, his wife. 

Moses Daulton entered the service, 1776, at the age of 
sixteen. He died at Maysville, Ky., 1819. 

Also Nos. 2602, 4866, 5678. 



202 DAUGHTERS 0]P THE AMERICAN REVOI^tJTlON. 

Mrs. Louise Irvine McDowell. 11532 

Born in Alabama. 
Wife of Dr. Hervey McDowell. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel McDowell and of Samuel Mc- 
Dowell, Jr., of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Alexander Keith Marshall McDowell and Anne 
Haupt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel McDowell, Jr., and Anna Irvine, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel McDowell and Mary McClung, his 
wife. 

See No. 11522. 

Samuel McDowell, Jr., 1780, at the age of sixteen ran 
away, joined Lafayette's army in Virginia, and was at the 
siege of Yorktown. He died at Danville, Ky. 

Also No. 7629. 

Mrs. Fanny Betts Johnson. n^jj 

Born in New JYork. 

Wife of Wolcott Howe Johnson. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Comstock Betts, Uriah Betts 
and David Porter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George F. Betts and Ellen Porter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Samuel Rossiter Betts and Caroline A. 
Dewey, his wife ; William Augustus Porter and Mary Noble, 'his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Uriah Betts and Sarah Rossiter, his wife; 
David Porter and Sarah Collins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Comstock Betts and Mary Tay- 
lor, his wife. 

Samuel Comstock Betts, 1776, was a soldier in Capt. Sam- 
uel Comstock's company. In the Yorktown campaign he 
served under Col. Alexander Scammel. He died at Rich- 
mond, Mass., 1823, aged ninety-one. 

Uriah Betts, 1777, at sixteen, served on the Hudson in 
Capt. Nathan Gilbert's company. He died at Newburg, 
N. Y., 1841. 

David Porter, when a lad, enlisted in Capt. Abijah Rowle's 
company, Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment. He died at 
Catskill, N. Y., 1851, aged ninety. 



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Miss Edith Marion Joy. 11^34 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Dr. Elisha Story, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Joy and Marie Louise Mudge, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Benjamin Joy and Ellen Marion White^ 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Stephen White and Harriet Story, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Elisha Story and Mehitable Stacey Ped- 
rick, his wife. 

Elisha Story inherited the love of liberty from his father, 
who resigned his office in the Court at the passage of the 
Stamp Act. As one of the Mohawk "Indians'' he assisted 
in destroying the tea in Boston Harbor. He was surgeon 
at the Lexington Alarm, served in the trenches at Bunker 
Hill and was in the battles of the Jersey campaign. He died 
at Marblehead, 1805, aged sixty-two. 

Also No. 9262. 

Mrs. Ada Mead Roberts. 11^35 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of O. B. Roberts. 

Descendant of Moses Mead, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Sumner R. Mead and Ada Lawrence, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Bundy Mead and Alice Rust, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Mead and Esther Bundy, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Mead and Elizabeth Viles, his 
wife. 

Moses Mead (1754-1818), enlisted in Capt. Abijah Child's 
company, 1775, and in 1778 served under Capt. Edward 
Fuller. He died in Walpole, N. H. 

Mrs. Theodora Irving Knight Wade. 11^36 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of J. B. Wade. 

Descendant of Deacon Isaac Appleton, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Frederick Irving Knight and Louisa Annestead Ap- 
pleton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Stuart Appleton and Georgiana Anne- 
stead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eben Appleton and Sarah Paterson, his wife. 



204 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Appleton and Mary Adams, his 
wife. 

Isaac Appleton, 1775, was a member of the Provinicial 
Congress. He hastened with the news of the Concord fight 
without taking leave of his family, aroused the country, and 
before daylight joined the minute men at Cambridge. He 
was at White Plains and in 1777-80, served on the Commit- 
tee of Safety. He was born at Ipswich, Mass., 1731, and 
died at New Ipswich, N. H., 1806. 

Also Nos. 4325, 5807, 6804, 7198. 

Miss Alice Cotting. u^^j 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Philip Delano, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles vJ. Cotting and Susan C. Delano, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Delano and Susan Lorinda 
Morse, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Philip Delano and Sarah Bowman, his wife. 

Philip Delano, 1780, at the age of twenty, enlisted in the 
Continental army from New Braintree. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Church Bowditch. 11^38 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Alexander Granville Bowditch. 
Descendant of Jabez Sweet, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Abel Tompkins and Elizabeth Taylor Church, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Abel Tompkins and Mary Sweet, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Jabez Sweet and Hannah Kimball, his wife. 

Jabez Sweet, 1775, enlisted under Capt. Nathaniel Wade, 
re-enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Joseph Hodgkin's company, and, 
1781, served under Capt. George Webb. He was born, 1744, 
at Ipswich, where he died, 1817. 

Also No. 10036. 

Mrs. Mary Alice Greenwood Grimes. ii5'39 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Thomas Ball Grimes. 

Descendant of Capt. William Marean, Corp. Jonathan 
Warren Smith, Moses Greenwood and Corp. Ebenezer 
Brown, all of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Lyman Greenwood and Augusta Marean, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Parker Marean, and Alice Smith, his 
wife; Moses Greenwood and Polly Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Marean and Sibyl Parker, his wife; 
Jonathan Warren Smith and Catherine Keyes, his wife; Moses Green- 
wood and Betsey Dunlap, his wife; Ebenezer Brown and Rebecca 
Wittj his wife. 

See No. 11005. 

William Marean (1742-1826), commanded a company of 
minute men at the Lexington Alarm and served in the regi- 
ment of Guards under Col. Ephraim Doolittle. 

Moses Greenwood (1752-1827), was a minute man in Capt. 
John Lealand's company at the Lexington Alarm. He 
served in the Burgoyne campaign and was at Bennington. 

Ebenezer Brown was a minute man from Sutton at the 
Lexington Alarm in Capt. Andrew Eliot's company, Col. 
Ebenezer Learned's regiment. 

Miss Lucy Elizabeth Woodwell. 11^40 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Gideon Woodwell, of Massachusetts; 
Maj. John Fulford, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Robert Baker Woodwell and Lucy J. Wells, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gideon Woodwell and Lucretia Baker, his wife; 
Samuel Williams Wells and Elizabeth Swasey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Woodwell and Elizabeth Titcomb, his 
wife; Edward Swasey and Elizabeth Fulford, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Woodwell and Hannah Wood- 
well, his wife; John Fulford and Hannah Vickery, his wife. 

Gideon Woodwell (1720-1790), who had served in the early 
wars, commanded a company from Newbury at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm. He was with the party in whaleboats who by 
strategy, captured "The Friends," a vessel loaded with pro- 
visions for the British troops at Boston during the siege. 

John Fulford, on acount of his knowledge as a gunner, 
1776, was appointed by the Committee of Safety captain of 
Matross, and was major of artillery, 1777. In 1780, at the 
age of forty-three, he was killed by the premature discharge 
of a cannon, while testing government arms. 



206 DAUGHTERS O^ TKt AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss Susan Coffin Colman. 11941 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Moses Colman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Moses Colman and Elizabeth L. Coffin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah Colman and Mary Chute, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Colman and Dorothy Pearson, his 
wife. 

Moses Colman offered to carry all contributions from 
Newbury to the suffering army at Valley Forge, 1778. He 
drove the long distance in the winter, enduring many hard- 
ships, and distributed his load to the needy soldiers. He was 
born, 1755, at Newbury, where he died, 1837. 

Mrs. Harriet Hanson Robinson. 11542 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Stevens Robinson. 

Descendant of Capt. Seth IngersoU Browne, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of William Hanson and Harriet Browne, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth IngersoU Browne and Sarah Godding, his 
wife. 

Seth IngersoU Browne (1750-1809), was one of the Sons 
of Liberty disguised as Mohawk Indians, who threw the tea 
overboard in Boston Harbor. He was at Bunker Hill, where 
he was twice wounded and the gun he carried is still in the 
family. He served with Washington and Lincoln in the 
Commissary Department, and was then assigned to the 
secret service. He died at Charlestown. 

Also No. 3998. 

Mrs. Sophia Parker Lovett. iij43 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Joshua Lovett. 

Descendant of Jedediah Munroe, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Moses L. Whiton and Sophia Munroe Parker, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Parker and Sophia Munroe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Munroe and Ebbitt Barker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jedediah Munroe and Abigail Loring, 
his wife. 



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Jedediah Munroe was a minute man in Capt. John Parker's 
company at the battle of Lexington. He was wounded on 
the Common in the morning, but joined in the afternoon 
in pursuit of the enemy from Concord, and was killed on this 
duty. He was born at Lexington, 1721. 

Also No. 4140. 

Mrs. Hannah Hancock Hunting. 11^44 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edward A. Hunting. 

Descendant of Capt. Belcher Hancock, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Kellam Hancock and Mary Ann Hancock, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Belcher Hancock and Ann Hancock, his wife. 
Belcher Hancock, 1775-80, rose from corporal to captain. 

Mrs. Gertrude Olney Stevens Cleveland. 11J45' 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Clarence Edwin Cleveland. 

Descendant of Jonathan Stevens, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Eben Sutton Stevens and Gertrude Olney, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Hale Stevens and Eliza Poor Osborn, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Nathaniel Stevens and Harriet Hale, 
his wife. 

Or.-gr. -granddaughter of Jonathan Stevens and Susanna Bragg, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Stevens was a minute man at the Lexington 

Alarm in Capt. Thomas Poor's company. Col. James Frye's 

regiment. He served at Bunker Hill and Ticonderoga. He 

was born, 1747, at Andover, where he died, 1834. 
Also Nos. 2806, 10041. 

Miss Laura Isadore Dike. 11J46 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of James Fuller Lakeman and of Ephraim 

J^'ellows, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Willey Dike and Lavina Fellows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Fellows, Jr., and Charlotte Lakeman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Fuller Lakeman and Mercy Brown, 
his wife; Ephraim Fellows and Eunice Appleton, his wife. 



208 DAUGHTERS 0]P THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

James Fuller Lakeman (1754-1833), turned out from Ips- 
wich at the Lexington Alarm, under Capt. Nathaniel Wade. 
He served at the siege of Boston in Capt. Abram Dodge's 
company. Col. Moses Little^s regiment. 

Ephraim Fellows marched at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Thomas Burnham's company. He served in the 
Northern Department under Gen. Horatio Gates, 1777, 
and, 1778, in Col. Jacob Gerrish's regiment of Guards. He 
was born, 1754, at Ipswich, where he died, 1810. 

Also No. 8232. 

Mrs, Charlotte Adele Todd. 11547 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank Todd. 
Descendant of James Fuller Lakeman and of Ephraim 

Fellows. 
Daughter of George Willey Dike and Lavina Fellows, his wife. 
See No. 11546. 

Mrs. Mary L Ripley. 11548 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederic H. Ripley. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Coolidge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John O. Wilson and Mary Morse Natick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Morse and Betsey Coolidge, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of John Coolidge, who enlisted from 
Natick and served at the siege of Boston in Capt. Benjamin 
Bullard's company, Col. Jonathan Brewer's regiment. He 
was sergeant under Capt. Joshua Pisk and Col. Abner Perry 
at the Rhode Island Alarms. 

Mrs. Ann S. Farrington. iij49 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of John F. Farrington. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Stevens, of Maine. 
Daughter of Philemon C. Parsons and Louisa S. Magoon, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Edward Magoon and Jerusha Stevens, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Stevens and Mary Francis, his 
wife. 
Nathaniel Stevens, 1775, served as a private in Capt. Moses 



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Merriirs company, and, 1778, enlisted for three years. He 
served in the Penobscot expedition under Capt. Nathan 
Merrill, Col. Jonathan Mitchell's regiment. 

Mrs. Lucy Peirce Nichols. 115^90 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of E)dward H. Nichols. 

Descendant of Capt. Hayward Peirce, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Silas Peirce and Almira Hall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Elijah Peirce and Lucy Nash, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hayward Peirce and Judith Bailey, his wife. 

Hayward Peirce, 1776, served in Rhode Island under Col. 
Jeremiah Hall, and commanded a company in Col. Theophi- 
lus Cotton's regiment, 1777. He was born, 1753, at Scituate, 
where he died, 1826. 

Mrs. Abbie Maria Sanford Head. u^j'i 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nathaniel Head. 

Descendant of Rev. David Sanford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Stephen Sanford and Maria Ann Fisher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Philo Sanford and Lydia Whiting, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Sanford and Bathsheba Ingersoll, his 
wife. 

David Sanford was a patriot preacher when appointed 
chaplain of Col. Lemuel Robinson's regiment, 1776. He was 
born, 1737, at New Milford, Conn., and died, 1810, at Med- 
way, Mass. 

Also No. 10677. 

Mrs. Helen Maria Way. u^p 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John Allen Way. 
Descendant of Capt. Epaphras Loomis, Lieut. Ephraim 

Bancroft and Lewis Catlin, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Levi Smith and Lucy Ann Bancroft, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Luman Bancroft and Clarissa Catlin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noadiah Bancroft and Jerusha Loomis, his 
wife; Lewis Catlin and Candace Catlin (cousin), his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Epaphras Loomis and Mary Hills, his 
wife; Ephraim Bancroft and Esther Gleason, his wife. 

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2IO DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.XJTION. 

Epaphras Loomis served as lieutenant, and, 1776, com- 
manded a company in the New York campaign. He was 
born, 1723, at Torrington, and died at Winchester, 1812. 

Ephraim Bancroft served as lieutenant in the Revolution. 
He was an inn keeper of Torrington, where he died, 1791, 
aged seventy-three. His wife was a woman of courage, who 
cared for the inn during his enlistment and lived to the age 
of ninety-six. 

Lewis Catlin served three enlistments, was in the Bur- 
goyne campaign, and received a pension for his services. He 
was born, 1758, at Harwinton, where he died, 1839. 

Also Nos. 6914, 10083. 

Miss ANNIE SaNFORD HEAD, IIJ'J'J 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Head and of Rev. David 
Sanford, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Nathaniel Head and Abbie Maria Sanford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. John Head and Anna Brown, his wife; 
Stephen Sanford and Maria Ann Fisher, his wife. 

See No. 11551. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Head and Anna Knox, his wife. 

Nathaniel Head served as lieutenant at the siege of Bos- 
ton. He was in the expedition to Rhode Island, 1778, and 
commanded a company, 1781. He was born at Bradford, 
Mass., 1754, and died at Chester, N. H., 1829. 

Miss H. Willetta Parker. iiij54 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Samuel Parker, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Bradley Parker and Harriet Elizabeth Wins- 
low, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Wyman Parker. 

Great-granddaughter of Samuel Parker, who served as a 
private during the Revolution. 

Miss Maria T. Kittredge. 115'jj 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Solomon Kittredge, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Timothy Kittredge and Fannie Marshy his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Josiah Kittredge and Mary Barker, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Kittredge and Tabitha Ingalls, his 
wife. 

Solomon Kittredge was a member of the Committee for 

Amherst to procure soldiers and settle their claims. He 

signed the Association Test and served in the militia. He 

died at Amherst, 1792, aged fifty-six. 

Mrs. Mary E. Kittredge Stearns. iij5'6 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of W. F. Stearns. 

Descendant of Solomon Kittredge. 

Daughter of Timothy Kittredge and Fannie Marsh, his wife. 

See No. 11555. 

Mrs. Louise Stewart Bartlett Cable. h^^j 

Bom in Louisiana. 

Wife of George W. Cable. 

Descendant of John Bartlett, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Allen Bartlett and Louise Beuling Stewart, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Shubael Fitch Bartlett and Fanny Leffingwell. 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Bartlett and Desire Loomis, his wife. 

John Bartlett was a minute man who assisted in throwing 
up earthworks the night before the battle of Bunker HiU. 
He served at the siege of Boston in Capt. John Douglass' 
company, Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment, and re-en- 
listed, 1776, in Wadsworth's brigade. He died at East Wind- 
sor, 1831, aged seventy-seven. 

Also No. 2835. 

Mrs. Josephine Louise Richards. ii^^8 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Percival Davenport Richards. 

Descendant of Hon. John Dudley, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Gen. Henry Tucker and Nancy Dudley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Dudley and Nancy Glidden, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Dudley and Elizabeth Gilman, his wife. 

John Dudley served on the Committee of Safety, was a 
member of the Legislature and one of the committee to pre- 



212 DAUGHT^S OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



pare a Declaration of Independence for the Assembly. He 
was judge of the Court of Common Pleas at the close of the 
war. He died at Raymond, 1805, ^^^^ eighty. 
Also No. 5136. 

Mrs. Helen Aurelia Barker Tobey. ii55'9 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Austin Burnell Tobey. 

Descendant of Capt. Nicholas Bishop and of Joseph 
Bishop, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stephen Gibson Barker and Lucy Tinker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Tinker and Sarah Bishop, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bishop and Dezier Gilbert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Bishop and Hannah Douglass, 
his wife. 

Nicholas Bishop, who had served in the early wars, com- 
manded a company at the Lexington Alarm in Col. Samuel 
H. Parsons' regiment. He died, 1780, in New London coun- 
ty, aged fifty-seven. 

Joseph Bishop, 1780, enlisted in the Short Levies under 
Col. Heman Swift, and, 1781, served on the Hudson in 
Canfield's regiment. He was born 1758. 

Also Nos. 2304, 4740, 5270, 6834, 8943, 10360. 

Mrs. Lucretia Clapp Whitman. iij6o 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edmund B. Whitman. 

Descendant of William Clapp and of Benjamin Bowker, 
of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Allen Clapp and Charlotte Bowker, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Clapp and Priscilla Otis, his wife; Ben- 
jamin Bowker and Anna Brooks Silvester, his wife. 

William Clapp, 1777-7^, enlisted from Scituate for short 
service. He was born 1733. 

Benjamin Bowker, 177^-77, served several enlistments un- 
der different commands. He was born, 1738, at Scituate, 
where he died, 1820. 

MRS. SUSAN ANN BRIMHALL WOOD. ii(j6i 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Hiram Nelson Wood. 



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Descendant of Silvanus Brimhall, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Silvanus Brimhall and Lucy Lincoln, his wife. 

Silvanus Brimhall, 1776, at seventeen, enlisted for one 
year in Capt. Thomas Mayhew's company, and served five 
enlistments under different commands. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Hardwick, 1839, aged eighty-one. 

Mrs. Hattie M. Strong Johnson. 11^62 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles H. Johnson. 

Descendant of Jonathan Strong, Jonathan Strong, Jr., Da- 
vid Fowler, Silas Clark and Elias Lyman, all of Massachu- 
setts, Joseph Whitney, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Strong and Rebecca Whitney Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Elisha Strong and Mary Fowler, his wife; 
Levi Clark and Rebecca Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Strong, Jr., and Rachel Lyman, his 
wife; Joseph Whitney and Mary Lyon, his wife; David Fowler and 
Polly Rising, his wife; Silas Clark and Elizabeth Strong, his wife; 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Lyman and Hannah Allen, his wife. 
Jonathan Strong and Elizabeth Clapp, his wife. 

See No. 11180. 

Jonathan Strong (1708-97) turned out from Northampton, 
under Capt. Oliver Lyman, at the Bennington Alarm. 
Jonathan Strong, Jr., (1737-1803), enlisted as a private in 
Capt. Ebenezer Strong's company, Hampshire regiment. 

Joseph Whitney volunteered for the relief of Boston. 

David Fowler was drafted from Westfield for Hampshire 
county militia, in Col. John Moseley's regiment. 

Silas Clark, 1778, gave one month's service. 

Mrs. Sophia Miller Alvord. ii5'63 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Whitney F. Alvord. 
Descendant of Capt. Ephraim Chapin, Abel Chapin and 

Medad Edwards, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Abner Miller and Sophia Warner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Pearly Warner and Electa Chapin, his wife; 
Abner Miller and Lois Edwards, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abel Chapin and Dorcas Chapin (cousins), 
his wife; and of Medad Edwards. 



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214 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Ephraim Chapin and Jemima Chapin 
(cousins), his wife. 

Ephraim Chapin, who had fought in the early wars, served 
at Ticonderog^, and, 1778, commanded a company in Col. 
Ruggles Woodbridge's regiment. He was bom at Chico- 
pee, 1729, where he died, 1805. 

Abel Chapin, 1776, enlisted at the age of twenty from 
Chicopee and served in the Northern Department. 

Medad Edwards served as a soldier, and his name is on 
the tablet at Memorial Hall, Northampton, where he died, 
1806, aged eighty. 

Also Nos. 9606, 10534. 

Mrs. Mary Jane Wood Bartlett. 11^64 

Bom in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Dwight BartletL 

Descendant of Silvanus Brimhall, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Hiram Nelson Wood and Susan Ann BrimhalL his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Silvanus Brimhall and Lucy Lincoln, his wife. 
See No. 11561. 

Miss Jennie Gaylord. iij6j 

Bom in New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Gaylord and of Chauncej^ Gayiord, 
of Connecticut ; Judge Benjamin Pelton, of New York. 

Daughter of Willis Eber Gaylord and Minnie Burdon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Gaylord and Dema Cowles, his wife; Wil- 
liam Burden and Jane Pelton, his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chauncey Gaylord and Ruth Bumael, his 
wife; Phineas Griffith Pelton and Martha Ferris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gaylord and Ruth Mathews, his 
wife; Benjamin Pelton and Jane Griffith, his wife. 

Joseph Gaylord sensed in defense of coast and frontier. 

Chauncey Gaylord, 1777, enlisted in Capt, Jesse Kimball's 
company, and was at Germantown, Fort MiSiin and Valley 
Forge. He was bom at Bristol, Conn., 1757, and died at 
Otisco, X, Y., 1844. 

Benjamin Feltcn, 1775, was lieutenant in the Canadian 
campaign under CoL Alexander ^IcDowell, and near Mont- 
gomery when he fell. He rose to the rank of captain and 



LINEAGE BOOK. 215 



was present at the execution of Andre. He was awarded 
land for six years' service, which he located at Ithaca, N. Y., 
where he died, 1830, aged seventy-eight. 

Miss DEMA GAYLORD, 1 1 966 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Joseph Gaylord, Chauncey Gaylord and 

Judge Benjamin Pelton. 
Daughter of Willis Eber Gaylord and Minnie Burdon, his wife. 
See No. 11565. 

Mrs. Harriet Isabella Cutler. 11^67 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Nahum Sawin Cutler. 

Descendant of Capt. Caleb Chapin, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Henry Hoyt and Hannah Adaline Chapin, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lucius Chapin and Hannah Barton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Zalmuna Chapin and Lydia Wallace, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Chapin and Rebecca Bascom, his 
wife. 

See No. 11207. 

Mrs. Jessie Allen Hall Greene. 11^68 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frederick Lewis Greene. 

Descendant of Sergt. Uriah Reed, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Eben Allen Hall and Bathsheba Tisdale, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Tisdale and Elizabeth Elliot Lincoln, 
his wife, 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hodijah Lincoln and Chloe Reed, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Uriah Reed and Polly Pratt, his wife. 

Uriah Reed was at the siege of Boston in Capt. Francis 
Liscomb's company, Col. Timothy Walker's regiment. He 
enlisted, 1777, for three years under Col. Henry Jackson, 
and, 1781, served as sergeant in Capt. Daniel Drake's com- 
pany. He was born, 1756, at Dighton, where he died, 1838. 

Mrs. Grace Lora Goodrich Lyons. 11^69 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Edward Lyons. 



21 6 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Sergt. George Goodrich, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Ralph Goodrich and Helen Horton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Goodrich and Lora Day, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Goodrich and Lucinda Wells, his 
wife. 

George Goodrich served in the Burgqyne campaign, and 
was at the surrender at Saratoga. He was born at Glaston- 
bury, 1751, and died, 1843, at Gill, Mass. 

Mrs. Ellen Augusta Sawyer Stratton. 11J70 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Edwin Alexander Stratton. 
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Sawyer, Jr., and of Hezekiah 

Stratton, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asahel Sawyer and Hannah Stratton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut, Abner Sawyer, Jr., and Eunice Haven, his 
wife; Hezekiah Stratton, Jr., and Hannah Wright, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Sawyer and Hannah Piper, his wife; 
Hezekiah Stratton and Molly Smith, his wife. 

Abner Sawyer, 1776, served under Capt. Ephraim Stock- 
well, and was lieutenant in Capt. Josiah Wilder's company at 
the Bennington Alarm. He was born, 1742, at Bolton, and 
died, 1779, at Templeton, Mass. 

Hezekiah Stratton served on the Committee of Correspon- 
dence and was appointed to look after the families of sol- 
diers. He was born, 1724, at Northfield, where he died, 1800. 

Also No. 10480. 

Mrs. Bathsheba Tisdale Hall. 11571 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Eben Allen Hall. 

Descendant of Sergt. Uriah Reed, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Samuel Tisdale and Elizabeth Elliot Lincoln, his wife. 
See No. 11568. 

Mrs. Gertrude Sartwell Kimball. 11572 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Charles Henry Kimball. 

Descendant of Sergt. Nathaniel Rix, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Orrin R. Sartwell and Laura Hutchins, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Hutchins and Esther Rix, his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Rix and Esther Clark, his wife. 

Nathaniel Rix, 1776, enlisted as a drummer in Capt. 
Thomas Simpson's company, and served, 1777-78, under dif- 
ferent commands for the defense of the frontier. He was 
born at Boscawen, 1753, and died, 1828, at Littleton. 

Also No. 9621. 

RS. Beulah Heywood Brown. 11J73 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Willard A. Brown. 

Descendant of Jonathan Woodward, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi Heywood and Martha Keyes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Keyes and Patty Woodward, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Woodward and Sarah Reed, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Woodward, who had fought in the early wars, 
turned out at the Lexington Alarm, was at the battle of 
Bunker Hill, at the surrender of Burgoyne and served, 1778, 
in the Rhode Island expedition. He was a centenarian when 
he died, 1840, at Dunstable. The courage of his wife in pun- 
ishing the insolence of a British soldier is a matter of record. 

RS. M. Caroline Bourne. iij74 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of James N. Bourne. 

Descendant of Capt. Matthew Manchester, of Rhode Is- 
land. 

Daughter of Richards Bo wen Knight and Eliza Abbey Hill, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Elder Richard Knight and Rebecca Brayton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Stephen Knight and Mary Manches- 
ter, his wife. 

Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Matthew Manchester and Freelove Gor- 
ton, his wife. 

Matthew Manchester, who had served in the early wars, 
was appointed, 1779, on the Committee of Inspection. He 
was born at Tiverton, 1720, and died, 1801, at Cranston. 

Also No. 7492. 



^V^ DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

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IHks. Annie Sargent Bacon. iK7T 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Henry M. Bacon. 

Descendant of Paul Dustin and of Samuel Rowell, of New 
Hampshire. 

Daughter of Stephen Pillsbury Sargent and Sarah J. Ames, his 
wif^?. 

Granddaughter of Aaron D. Sargent and Sally Rowell, his wife. 

<<r.-granddaughter of Samuel Rowell and Sarah Dustin, his wife. 

Or.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Dustin. 

Sanuiel Rowell fought from Bunker Hill to Yorktown. 
lie served in the Canadian and Rhode Island campaigns, was 
at White Plains, Bennington, Valley Forge and Monmouth. 
He was a pensioner from 1818, and died at Chester, 1830, 

aped seventy-six. 

Also No. 2(i. 

Paul Dustin, 1777, enlisted in Col. Thomas Stickney's regi- 
ment, was at the battle of Bennington and served as a pri- 
vate in the Burgoyne campaign. 

Mrs. Lucy Winslow Huntoon, 11^76 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George L. Huntoon. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathan Fisher, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Winslow and Mary Stanton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Winslow and Martha Fisher, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Fisher and Mehitable Forbes, his 
wife. 

Nathan Fisher, 1775, enlisted as sergeant, and, 1776, served 
as ensign under Capt. Jonathan Houghton. He commanded 
a company of Worcester county militia, Col. Job Cushing's 
regiment, 1778, in the Rhode Island campaign. He died at 
Westborough, 1828, aged seventy-eight. 

Mrs. Helen Carlotta Varnum Hovey. 11^77 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of George Holbrook Hovey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Varnum, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Varnum and Marietta Lucretia Lee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Col. Prescott Varnum and Lydia Richardson, 
his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 219 



Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Varnum and Hannah Fox, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Varnum was a minute man at the Lexington 
Alarm and lieutenant at the battle of Bunker Hill in Capt. 
Peter Coburn's company. He served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign under Capt. Joseph Bradley Varnum. He was born, 
1744, at Dracut, where he died, 1815. 

Also No. 10047. 

Miss Edith Russell Wills. 11978 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Story, of New Hampshire; 
Thomas Perkins, of Massachusetts; Edmund Hinckley and 
of Daniel Brown, of Maine. 

Daughter of George Edward Wills and Mary Ella Russell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Wills and Caroline Perkins, his wife; 
Albert Russell and Mary Mitchell Hinckley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Perkins, Jr., and Elizabeth Story, his 
wife; Matthew Hinckley and Bethia Robinson, his wife; Jesse Rus- 
sell and Elizabeth Brown, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Perkins and Martha Day, his 
wife; Edmund Hinckley and Mary Pettingell, his wife; Daniel Brown 
and Margaret Elliott, his wife; Daniel Story and Ruth Burnham, his 
wife. 

Thomas Perkins turned out at the Lexington Alarm in 
Capt. Stephen Perkins' company. He enlisted, 1776, and 
served in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born at Tops- 
field, 1724, where he died, 1801. 

Daniel Story, 1777, was at the Ticonderoga Alarm. He 
served under Capt. Samuel McConnell at Bennington and 
Stillwater. He was born at Chebacco (Ipswich), Mass., 1749, 
and died at Dunbarton, N. H., 1823. 

Daniel Brown, 1775, was a private in Capt. James Curtis' 
company Col. James CargilFs regiment, and was detailed to 
work on the fort at Falmouth. He was born, 1752, and died 
at Brush Creek, Ohio, 1818. 

Edmund Hinckley served two enlistments under different 
commands. He was born at Georgetown, 1745, where he 
died, 1807. 



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fAu%. Vf;NA IVt Highborn Ryder. 11^79 

l)e%ctnf\zni of Thomas Hichbom and of Robert Hichbom, 

fff Ma»5»achii»etts, 

Daughter of Josiah French Htchborn and Maria Treat Biandiard, 
Uh Wife. 
(WnmUhMfihier of Paul Revere Hichbom and Eleanor Dickey, his 

f/r-${r;inrlrlaughtcr of Robert Hichborn and Susannah Ellenwood, 

Iho mfc. 
Her No. 11036. 

Miss KuJiN Chase. iij8o 

Morn in Ma^Hachusetts. 
l>t*pn't*Ui\ixui of Isaac Chase, of Vermont; Lieut. William 
I'ttlirr and JoHiali Bond, of Massachusetts. 
UttM^liIrr of Jlcnry Savage Chase and Sarah Gano Leverett, his 

i\\i\uth\i\\\uh\f.r of Kcv. William Leverett and Mary Ann Brown 
CnU', iiU wifr; Prof. Irah Chase and Harriet Savage, his wife. 

iU, Mi»ml<lMn«lJicr of William Leverett and Lydia Fuller, his wife; 
UiUM I'lmwc Mud Snruli Bond, his wife. 

Or «r, Hiun«l<lunH:l\tor of William Fuller and Sarah Hunting, his 
wiUs ,|«itiinh Monti and Sarah Melondy, his wife. 

VVinUun iMiMcr was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and 
lit^ult^imnt t>f Cnpt. Kbenezer Battles' company, Col. William 
M^lnlo^h's tTgiu\ont» 1778. He was born at Needham, 1743, 
wluMo \\^ died, 1802. 

I*»tt«c riu^st*, ^777^ enlisted at sixteen, was in the Burgoyne 

\<uup(U|iu, «\ul» i77v^» served under Sullivan in Rhode Island. 

\\\' \\<\}i \V\>\\t\ded ju\d captured at Young's House, Februan.- 

,iv IS^\ «ud ojurievi pri:>oner to New York, where he was 

>M\tU\v^l neiuly i^ year. Vie died at Westford, 1833. 

Jv^xivih U\>\\vl i^\7-^M8^»\ marched from Sutton at the Lex- 
vvVi^Uv\\ AUv\\\, aUvU L"7* servei! in the nonhem armv under 
V^^^^t Awxhvw l\lUot. Ool Jonathan Holman^s regiment. 

%?i5t ^ANNY Maria Bixby. 11581 



LINEAGE BOOK. 221 



Daughter of Philip Wentworth Bixby and Fanny Valentine, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Valentine, Jr., and Polly Fiske Valen- 
tine, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Fiske and Zebiah Pond, his wife. 

Richard Fiske, 1776, served as lieutenant under Capt. Jesse 
Eames. He commanded a company at the Rhode Island 
Alarm, 1779, in Col. Abner Perry's regiment, but was 
obliged to resign on account of ill health, though he served 
subsequently as recruiting officer. He was born at Framing- 
ham, 1750, where he died, 1824. 

Also Nos. 7217, 8503. 

Mrs. Mary Thaxter Lothrop Gross. 11582 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles Addison Gross. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thomas Lothrop, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of Hon. John Quincy Adams Lothrop and Eunice 
Bradish Bates, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Lothrop and Mary Snow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. Peter Lothrop and Betsey Tower, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lothrop and Ruth Nichols, his 
wife. 

Thomas Lothrop, who had given valuable service on com- 
mittees, was at the siege of Boston. He was major of Col. 
Solomon Lovell's Suffolk county regiment, 1776, and pro- 
moted lieutenant colonel, 1778. He was a member of As- 
sembly from 1782 until 1813, when he died at Cohasset, aged 
seventy-five. A chapter has been named in honor of this 
patriot by the "Daughters" of Cohasset. 

Mrs. Isabelle B. Stimpson. 11585 

Born in Massachusetts. 

'Widow of Henry Q. Stimpson. 

Descendant of Ephraim Fellows, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Reuben D. Neal and Sarah E. Lakeman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John P. Lakeman and Elizabeth Fellows, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Fellows and Eunice Appleton, his 
wife. 

See No. 11546. 



222 DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLtlTlON. 

Miss Helen M. Winslow. 11584 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Sergt. Medad Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Don Avery Winslow and Mary Salome Newton, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Orlando Winslow and Saloma Hitchcock, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Medad Hitchcock and Martha Stebbins. 

Medad Hitchcock, 1775, was a minute man from Brimfield 
in Capt. Joseph Thompson's company. Col. Timothy Daniel- 
son's regiment. He served as sergeant in the Burgoyne 
campaign under Capt. Reuben Munn, and Col. Elisha Porter. 

Mrs. Caroline E. Brown Mackenzie, n^Sj 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Judson C. Mackenzie. 

Descendant of Col. Pardon Gray and of Isaac Brown, of 
Rhode Island. _ 

Daughter of Maj. John Cheney Brown and Jane Elizabeth Taylor, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Abraham Brown and Almira Manchester, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Brown and Hannah Cook, his wife; 
James Manchester and Hannah Almy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sanford Almy and Lydia Gray, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Pardon Gray and Mary Brown, his 
wife. 

Isaac Brown served as a minute man and turned out for 
tours of duty during the Revolution. He was born at Tiver- 
ton, 1756, where he died, 1837. 

Pardon Gray was an officer in the militia and gave bounti- 
fully to the cause. He converted his residence into com- 
missary headquarters, and the brick ovens where the bread 
was baked for the troops are still intact. He was a personal 
friend of Lafayette, who visited him at Tiverton, where he 
died, 1815, aged seventy-eight. 

Also Nos. 444, 1593, 5874. 

Mrs. Josephine Putnam Mac Quinn. 11^86 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of William U. Mac Quinn. 



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Descendant of Sergt. Benjamin Putnam and of Benjamin 
Putnam, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin C. Putnam and Elvira W. Dudley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Putnam and Nancy Peaslee, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Putnam, Jr., and Miriam Putnam 
Flint, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Putnam and Sarah Putnam, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Putnam was a minute man at Lexington in Capt. 
Edmund Putnam^s company. He was born at Danvers, 
1718, where he died, 1796. 

Benjamin Putnam, Jr., turned out at Lexington under 
Capt. Jeremiah Page, and subsequently enlisted for three 
years in the Continental Army. 

Also No. 6672. 

Miss Fanny Margaret Sanborn. 11^87 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Capt. Reuben Kimball, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of John Eastman Sanborn, M. D., and Rebecca Tate, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Jacob Sanborn and Fanny Eastman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Eastman and Anne Kimball, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Kimball and Miriam Collins, his 
wife. 

Reuben Kimball was corporal in Col. John Stark's regi- 
ment at Bunker Hill where he was wounded. He was lieu- 
tenant in Capt. Joshua Abbott's company in the Burgoyne 
campaign, and served under Capt. Joshua Bayley, Whipple's 
brigade in the Rhode Island expedition. He died at Con- 
cord, N. H., 1815, aged eighty-five. 

Miss Christina Georgina Macomb. 11^88 

Born in Kansas. 

Descendant of Hon. Philip Livingston and of Col. William 
Barber, of New York. 

Daughter of Dr. Edward Macomb, U. S. A. and Anna Mancius, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Navarre Macomb and Christina Livings- 
ton, his wife; Jacob Mancius and Jane Ann Barber, his wife. 



224 DAUGHTERS Ol? TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Philip Philip Livingston and Sarah John- 
son, his wife; William Barber and Ann Crook, his wife. 

Cr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Livingston and Christina Ten 
Broeck, his wife; Patrick Barber and Jane Frazer, his wife. 

Philip Livingston (1716-78), a graduate of Yale, was Presi- 
dent of the Provincial Congress, 1775. He was a delegate 
to the first Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration 
of Independence and a member of that body when he died 
at York, Pa. It was at his home on Brooklyn Heights, 1776, 
where Washington decided on the retreat from Long Island. 
The British converted the mansion into a hospital and it was 

ultimately destroyed. 

Also Nos. 3932, 581 1. 

William Barber was ensign of the Third New Jersey Regi- 
ment, 1776; aide to Gen. William Maxwell, 1777, and on the 
staff of Lord Stirling, 1778. He was wounded tat Yorktown, 
served until the close of the war, and was an original member 
of the Society of the Cincinnati. He was bom at Princeton, 
N. J., and died at Hyde Park, N. Y., 1799. His brother, John 
commanded a company in the New York Line, and Francis 
gained distinction in the New Jersey Line. 



Mrs. Katharine Baldwin Bliss. 11589 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Walter P. Bliss. 

Descendant of Rev. William Emerson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Porter Baldwin and Sibyl Augusta Lambard, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Allan Lambard and Sibyl Angier Farnham, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Farnham and Hannah Emerson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddanghter of William Emerson and Phoebe Bliss, his 
wife. 

William Emerson served as chaplain and died, 1776, of 

fever contracted from exposure while in active service. He 

was born at Maiden, 1743. 



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Miss Marie Louise Baldwin. 11J90 

Born in France. 

Descendant of Rev. William Emerson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Porter Baldwin and Sibyl Augusta Lambard, 
his wife. 

See No. 11589. 

Miss Nancy Merrill Sanborn. 11^91 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of James Pitts and of Samuel Pitts, of Massa- 
chusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Sanborn and Emmeline, Pitts, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Thomas Pitts and Elisabeth Mountfort» 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Pitts and Joanna Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Pitts and Elizabeth Bowdoin, his 
wife. 

James Pitts (1710-1776), was an ardent whig and a member 
of the council when prorogued by George III. His house 
was the favorite meeting place for the patriotic clubs, and 
his six sons were members of the "Sons of Liberty." 

Samuel Pitts (1745-1805) was a member of the Boston 
Tea Party, served on the Committee of Correspondence and 
was an officer in the Hancock Cadets. His portrait, painted 
by Copley, is in the possession of the family. 

Also Nos. 213, 1981, 2260. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Balch Ranney. 11^92 

Born in Michigan. 

Wife of Frederick T. Ranney. 

Descendant of Rev. Benjamin Balch, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George W. Balch and Mary E. Balch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jeremiah O. Balch and Elizabeth A. Balch, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Balch and Joanna Balch, his wife. 

Benjamin Balch was lieutenant in Capt. Edmund Putnam's 
company at the Lexington Alarm. He was chaplain of Col. 
Ephraim Doolittle s regiment, 1776, and, 1778, was appointed 
chaplain of the frigate "Alliance." With him were two 
young sons, Benjamin and Thomas, who served as powder 

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226 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

boys. He was born at Dedham, 1743, and died at Barring- 
ton, N. H., 1815. 

Miss Jessie Clara Chase^ 11^93 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Powell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Theodore R. Chase and Ellen A. Chase, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Supply Chase and Amanda Winegar, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Winegar and Esther Powell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Powell and Elizabeth King, his wife. 

John Powell was sergeant of Capt. William King's com- 
pany of minute men at the siege of Boston. He served at 
Bennington and Saratoga and guarded the prisoners after 
the surrender of Burgoyne. His commission as lieutenant 
of Berkshire county militia, signed by John Hancock, 1781, 
is still in the family. He was born at Great Barrington, 1749, 
where he died, 1796. 

MRS. NANCY ELIZABETH McDONALD. 1 1 ^94 

Born in New York. 

Wife of William Henry McDonald. 

Descendant of John Palmer, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Palmer and Irena Butler, his wife. 

John Palmer at the age of sixteen enlisted from Great 
Barrington in the Berkshire county militia. He died at 
Canisteo, N. Y., 1843, aged seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Carra L. Johnson Pennington. ii5'9^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edmund Pennington. 

Descendant of Capt. Sylvanus Rice, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nelson Davidson Johnson and Sarah Fisher Streeter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Streeter and Rhoda Rice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Calvin Rice and Dorothy Fairbank, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sylvanus Rice and Esther Mims, his wife. 

Sylvanus Rice raised and commanded a company of minute 
men at the Lexington Alarm, and, 1779, was captain of Col. 
Israel Chapin's Hampshire county regiment. He died at 
Charlemont, 1819, aged ninety. 

Also No. 3403. 



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Mrs. Anna Harrison Comstock Mann. 11J96 

Born in Iowa. 
Wife of Charles E. Mann. 

Descendant of Hon. Benjamin Harrison and of Capt. An- 
thony Singleton, of Virginia; Judge John Cleves Symmes, 

of New Jersey. 

Daughter of George H. Comstock and Anna Cleves Taylor, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Harrison Taylor and Anna Tut- 
hill Harrison, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Henry Harrison and Anna Symmes, 
his wife; Thomas Taylor and Lucy Harrison Singleton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison and Elizabeth Bas- 
sett, his wife; Anthony Singleton and Lucy Harrison, his wife; and 
of John Cleves Symmes. 

Benjamin Harrison (1726-91), was a delegate to the first 
and second Continental Congress; a signer of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. He was a devoted friend of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief and throughout the war labored to provide 
for the army. He was twice governor of the Commonwealth. 

Also Nos. 1555, 2452, 2522, 3751, 51 15, 6063. 

John Cleves Symmes was colonel of Sussex county militia 
until appointed judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. 
He died in Ohio, 1814, aged seventy-two. 

Also No. 6063. 

Anthony Singleton, 1777, was captain of Continental artil- 
lery in Col. Charles Harrison's regiment, and served to the 
close of the war. He was born at Williamsburg about 1750, 
and died 1795. 

Also No. 3751. 

Mrs. Mary J. Johnston. 11^97 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Daniel S. B. Johnston. 

Descendant of Johannes Van Vorst, of New York. 

Daughter of David King and Harriet Newell Lyon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lyon and Mary Shurtleff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Shurtleff and Annetji Beck Van 
Vorst, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Johannes Van Vorst and Sarah Kittel, 
his wife. 

Johannes Van Vorst, 1778, enlisted as a private in Col. 



228 DAUGHTE^RS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Goose Van Schaick's regiment, and these troops received 
the thanks of Congress for their good conduct in the ex- 
pedition against the Onondagas. He was born at Schenec- 
tady, 1 741, where he died at the advanced age of one hun- 
dred and three. 

Mrs. Helen Maury Polk Vaughan. hs'qS 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Henry H. Vaughan. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Polk, of Maryland; WiUiam 
Phillips, of Virginia ; Samuel Caldwell, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Du Val Fontaine Polk and Lillie Caldwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert S. Caldwell and Jane Bancroft, his wife; 
Robert I. W. Polk and Sarah J. Somerville, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel W. Caldwell and Harriet Scott, his 
wife; Robert Polk and Penelope Maury, his wife; William Somerville 
and Mary Phillips, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Caldwell and Martha Rounds, 
his wife; Charles Peale Polk and Ruth Ellison, his wife; William 
Phillips and Mary Thrasher, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Polk and Elizabeth Digby 
Peale, his wife. 

Robert Polk commanded the privateer "Black Joke" in the 
state navy during the Revolution. He lost his Hfe and ship 
in action on the coast of Virginia. He was born, 1745, at 
Chestertown, Md. 

William PhilHps, 1777, enlisted under Capt. Thomas Berry, 
joined the army at Whitemarsh and wintered at Valley 
Forge. He also served under Gen. Daniel Morgan, and 
while in the command of Col. William Clark, 1781, was taken 
prisoner. He was born in England, 1755, ^"^ ^^^^ ^t Win- 
chester, 1836. 

Samuel Caldwell who was born in England, was elected 
member of the "Philadelphia Troop of Light Horse" at its 
organization and served as paymaster and treasurer. He 
contributed liberally to the patriotic fund for soldiers at 
Philadelphia, where he died, 1798, aged seventy-three. 

Also No. 9155. 

Mrs. Mary E. Booth Ferriss. iij99 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Benjamin F. Ferriss. 



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Descendant of Reuben Booth and of Samuel Oviatt, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles M. Booth, Jr., and Helen M. Bronson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles M. Booth and Betsey Oviatt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Oviatt and Mindwell Oviatt, his wife; 
Reuben Mills Booth and Anna Northrop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Booth and Sarah Hine, his wife. 

Samuel Oviatt, 1779, at sixteen enlisted in Capt. Daniel 
Pendleton's company. He died at New Milford, 1851, and 
upon his tomb is inscribed "a soldier of the Revolution, aged 
eighty-eight." 

Reuben Booth served on the Committee of Inspection for 
purchasing supplies for the families of soldiers. 



Mrs. Jessie Hackett Gates. 11600 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of H. B. Gates. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Butler, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Capt. Charles W. Hackett and Mira J. Holt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Hackett and Lois Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Butler and Lois Kidder, his wife. 

Jonathan Butler was orderly sergeant in Capt. Nathaniel 
Warner's company. Col. Moses Little's regiment, at Bunker 
Hill and the siege of Boston. He served on the Hudson, 
was with Washington on his retreat through New Jersey, 
and at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. He died at 
Lyndeborough, N. H., 1844, aged ninety-two. 

Also No. 3962. 

Mrs. Caroline G. Squire Brown. 11601 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Hamilton B. Brown. 

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Smith, of Massachusetts, 
and of Jeremiah Potter, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Truman Hoffman Squire and Grace Amanda Smith, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Smith and Frances Boardman, his 
wife; John Graham Squire and Rhoda Smith, his wife. 

Gr-granddaughter of Hezekiah Smith, Jr., and Martha Holmes, 
his wife; Clark Smith and Keziah Potter, his wife. 



230 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Smith and Eunice Morris, his 
wife; Jeremiah Potter and Sarah Mathewson. his wife. 

Hezekiah Smith was major in Col. David Wells' regiment 
in the Burgoyne campaign. He died at Colrain, 1800, aged 
seventy-four. He had three sons who served in the war. 

Jeremiah Potter served in the defense of the colony. He 

was born at Cranston, 1737, and died at Scituate, 1813. 
Also No. 849. 

Mrs. Frances B. Squire Potter. 11602 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Winfield Scott Potter. 

Descendant of Maj. Hezekiah Smith and of Jeremiah Pot- 
ter. 

Daughter of Truman Hoffman Squire and Grace Amanda Smith, 
his wife. 

See No. 11601. 

Miss Jane T. Long, 11603 

Born in North Carolina. 

Descendant of John Huske, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of William J. Long and Mary Webb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Webb and Annie Alves Huske, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Huske and Elizabeth Hogg, his wife. 

John Huske, who was born in England, was secretary to 
Gov. Thomas Burke, 1781, when the Council were captured 
by Tories, led by the notorious David Fanning, and he suf- 
fered while a prisoner great privations, from which he never 
recovered. He died at Wilmington, aged fifty. 

Miss Annie W. Long. 11604 

Born in North CaroHna. 

Descendant of John Huske. 

Daughter of William J. Long and Mary Webb, his wife. 

See No. 11603. 

Mrs. Isabel Catherine Marston. 11609 

Born in Vermont. 
Widow of Moses C. Marston. 
Descendant of Capt. Peter Martin, of New York. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 23 1 



Daughter of William Peaslee Sawyer and Adeline Goss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Peaslee Sawyer and Catherine Mar- 
tin, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Peter Martin, who served as lieu- 
tenant in Capt. Matthew de Garmo's company, Fourteenth 
Regiment of Albany county militia. 

Miss Helen Agnes Kelly. 11606 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Maj. William Raymond and of Col. Benja- 
min Wilson, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Anthony Kelly and Anna Raymond, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Gaidar Raymond and Martha Wilson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his 
wife; William Raymond, Jr., and Cynthia Carroll, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Raymond and Cassandra Clel- 
land, his wife. 

Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who had served under Dun- 
more, commanded a company of militia and rose to the rank 
of colonel during the Revolution. He led an expedition 
against the Indians to avenge the massacre in Tygart's Val- 
ley, 1777, and gave valuable civil as well as military service. 

William Raymond was active in fighting the Indians and, 
1777, was in command of Pickett's Fort on the Monongahela 
River. He was selected by the Assembly to administer the 
oath of allegiance to the males of Harrison county. He died 
1821, aged eighty-one. 

Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843, 9168. 

Miss Bernadette Kelly. 11607 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson and of Maj. William 

Haymond. 

Daughter of Anthony Kelly and Anna Haymond, his wife. 
See No. 11606. 

Miss Mary Heywood Folwell. 11608 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Capt. Jonas Hubbard, of Massachusetts. 



232 DAUGHTE^RS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Daughter of William Watts Folwell and Sarah Hubbard Heywood, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Russell Hubbard Heywood and Sarah Wicks, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Heywood and Sarah Hubbard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Hubbard and Mary Stevens, his 
wife. 

Jonas Hubbard served as lieutenant of Worcester county 
troops at the Lexington Alarm. He commanded a company 
under Arnold in the Canadian expedition and fell in the mid- 
night attack on Quebec, December 31, 1775. His commis- 
sion, signed by John Hancock, is still in the family. 

Also Nos. 1548, 2148. 

Mrs. Annie Hilton Moor Bailey. 11609 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Francis Brown Bailey. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Moore, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Wyman Bradbury Seavey Moor and Clarissa Ann 
Cook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Moor, Jr., and Rebecca Spring, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Moore and Elizabeth White, his wife. 

Daniel Moore commanded a company at Bunker Hill un- 
der Col. John Stark, and served in the Canadian campaign, 
where he suffered from smallpox. He was in the battles of 
the Jerseys, at Bennington, and, 1778, served under Sullivan 
in the Rhode Island expedition. He was born at Pembroke, 
1738, where he died, 1820. 

Mrs. Grace Bradbury Moor Paine. 11610 

Born in Maine. 
Wife of Frederick Paine. 
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Moore. 

Daughter of Wyman Bradbury Seavey Moor and Clarissa Ann 
Cook, his wife. 
See No. 11609. 

Mrs. Frances Peirce Haralson. 11611 

Born in Louisiana. 
Wife of Judge Bertrand Haralson. 
Descendant of Capt. Joseph Peirce, of Massachusetts. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 233 



Daughter of Constantius Peirce and Mary Lintot Steer, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Hardy Peirce and Frances Temple Cor- 
dis, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Joseph Peirce and Ann Dawes, his wife. 

Joseph Peirce was captain lieutenant of the Grenadier 
Corps of Artillery, and subsequently promoted to captain. 
The unique uniform and soldierly bearing of this corps gave 
it high renown and was praised by the British. He was born 
at Boston, 1745, where he died, 1828. 

Mrs. Katharine Hall Borland Fullerton- 11612 

Born in Kansas. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Elihu Hall, of Maryland. 

Daughter of William Patterson Borland and Elizabeth Hasson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Borland and Catherine Hall Ogle, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Ogle and Elizabeth Hall, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Hall and Catherine Orrick, his wife. 

EHhu Hall commanded militia during the Revolution. His 
home at "Mount Welcome" was a shelter for many patriots, 
and it was there Capt. Charles Willson Peale painted por- 
traits of the family which are now valued heirlooms. He was 
born in Cecil county, 1723, and died there, 1791. His son, 
Elihu, was a member of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 2.2y. 

Mrs. Annie Porter Wright. 11613 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Edward C. Wright. 

Descendant of James Porter and of Chandler Porter, of 
New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Louis Chandler Porter and Annie Wood Glines, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Porter and Celendai Cram, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Chandler Porter and Jerusha Downer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr. granddaughter of James Porter. 

James Porter, who had served in the early wars, was at 
Bunker Hill and Ticonderoga. He was taken prisoner while 
in service and with him was his son Chandler, who enlisted 
at sixteen, and fought at Bunker Hill. 



234 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 

Mrs. Ella Comstock Hagerman. 11614 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Frank Hagerman. 

Descendant of Corp. Thomas Button, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Freeman J. Comstock and Abbie Haywood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan J. Comstock and Roancy Button, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Button and Nabby Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Button and Sarah Bigelow, his 
wife. 

Thomas Button, 1778, was corporal in Capt. Samuel 
Mitcheirs company. Col. Enoch Hale's regiment, in the 
Rhode Island expedition. He was born at Westford, 1748, 
where he died, 1838. 

Mrs. Mary Lee Boarman Keith. ii6ij 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Richard Henry Keith. 

Bescendant of Capt. John Hawkins, of Virginia. 

Baughter of Br. C. S. Boarman and Eliza Adelaide Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adams Washington Smith and Maria Love 
Hawkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hawkins and Alice Corbin Thompson, 
his wife. 

John Hawkins served in Col. Thomas Marshairs regiment 
at Brandywine, Germantown and Valley Forge. He was at 
the siege of Charleston and commanded the company when 
Capt. Henry Peyton was killed. He was born in Charles 
county, Md., 1750, and died in Fauquier county, Va., 1805. 

Also Nos. 5198, 8189, 10835. 

Mrs. Lyba Massey Holmes. 11616 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Baniel B. Holmes. 

Descendant of Capt. John Hawkins. 

Baughter of Benjamin F. Massey and Maria Hawkins Withers, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Baniel Withers and Eliza Hawkins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hawkins and Alice Corbin Thompson, 
his wife. 

See No. 11,615. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 235 



Mrs. Fannie McClellan Abernathy. 11617 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of William M. Abernathy. 

Descendant of Robert Patterson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John McClellan and Eliza Logan, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Logan and Agnes Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Patterson and Mary Mclntyre, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Patterson and Elizabeth Hen- 
derson, his wife. 

Robert Patterson was a soldier in the Ninth Regiment, 
Pennsylvania Line, Continental Army. 

MRS. LUCINDA DEATLY JACKSON. 11618 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of James Deatly, of Virginia. 

Daughter of James Deatly. 

James Deatly enlisted, 1777, and served under different 
commands until the surrender of Cornwallis. He was born 
in Richmond county and was a pensioner when he died in 
Westmoreland county, 1844, aged ninety-four. 

Miss Lucy Stow Bigelow. 11619 

Born in Maryland. 

Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Bigelow, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edmund Dowse Bigelow and Alzina Elizabeth Jen- 
kins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Bigelow and Lucy Stowe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Converse Bigelow and Anna Parks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Bigelow and Mary Harrington, 
his wife. 

Josiah Bigelow was lieutenant of Capt. Israel Whitmore's 
company of Artillery at the Lexington Alarm, and with him 
was his son Alpheus. He was born at Waltham, 1730, where 
he died, 1810. The Sons of the American Revolution have 
marked their graves. 

Also Nos. 2739, 4130, 8512. 

Miss Mary Lawton Robinson, 11620 

Born in Massachusetts. 
. Descendant of Col. Paul Mandell and of Maj. Moses Man- 
dell, of Massachusetts. 



236 DAUGHTERS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Cyrus Anson Robinson and Jane Ann Mandell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Mason Mandell and Luthera Gorham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Mandell and Abigail Mason, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Paul Mandell and Susanna Ruggles, his 
wife. 

Paul Mandell (1723-1809), who had fought in the early 
wars, was a delegate to the first and second Provincial Con- 
gress. He also served in the militia. 

Moses Mandell served as a minute man and as aide to his 
brother-in-law, Gen. Jonathan Warner. He was born at 
Hardwick, 1751, where he died, 1826. 

Mrs. Sallie Crawford Helm Kellerman. 11621 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of John K. Kellerman. 

Descendant of Capt. William Helm, of Virginia, and Lieut. 
John McKinney, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Dr. James Taylor Helm and Eliza Skelton Crawford, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Francis Taliaferro Helm and Sallie Bankhead 
McKinney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John McKinney and Sarah Taliaferro, his 
wife; William Helm and Matilda Taliaferro, his wife. 

John McKinney, 1777, was lieutenant in the Pennsylvania 
Line, and served under Washington and Lafayette to the 
close of the war. He was a member of the Cincinnati and 
died at Newport, Ky., 1833, aged seventy-four. 

William Helm, 1775, enlisted as ensign and rose to the 
rank of captain. He was born in Prince William county, 
Va., 1745, and died at Bath, N. Y., 1826. 

Also Nos. 1336, 8138, 10006. 

Mrs. Jennie Stilwell Tallant. 11622 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of Walter I. Tallant. 

Descendant of Abraham Warren, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of John Thomas Stilwell and Nancy B. Warren, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Truman Abraham Warren and Charlotte Ca- 
dotte, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Lyman Warren and Mercy Whipple, his wife. 



UNEAGE BOOK. 237 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Warren and Isabel Jerome, his 
wife. 

Abraham Warren, 1776, served under Col. Samuel Elmore, 
and, 1778, enlisted for two years as a private in Capt. Sam- 
uel Mattock's company, Col. John Chandler's regiment. He 
was born at Bristol, 1747, and died in the State of New York. 



Mrs. Jane Hutchins Moore. 11623 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Clinton H. Moore. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Kimball, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Edmund C. Hutchins and Mary Jane Webster, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Webster and Sarah Kimball, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Kimball and Sarah Little, his wife. 

Benjamin Kimball, 1775, served as lieutenant in Capt. Sam- 
uel Oilman's company, under Col. Enoch Poor, and was pro- 
moted captain at Ticonderoga, 1776. He was in Sullivan's 
expedition against the Indians when killed by the accidental 
discharge of a gun, August 25, 1779, aged thirty-eight. 

Mrs. Harriett Ruth Colby Nealley. 11624 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of B. Frank Nealley. 

Descendant of Barzillai Colby, Hon. Ichabod Colby and 
Maj. James Norris, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. John Taylor Gilman Colby and Camilla Home, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. Ichabod Colby and Ruth Norris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Barzillai Colby and Elizabeth Plumer, his 
wife; James Norris and Mary Fales, his wife. 

Barzillai Colby, 1776, enlisted with two sons and was at 
the battles of Trenton and wounded at Princeton. He was 
born at Amesbury, Mass., 1731, where he died, 1805. 

Ichabod Colby (1760- 1840) enlisted 1780, was wounded 
the same year and honorably discharged. 

James Norris (1739-1814) commanded a company under 
Col. Enoch Poor, and for bravery was promoted major, 
1777. He served in many battles and was under Col. Alex- 
ander Scammel when that officer was killed at Yorktown. 



238 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOIyUTlON. 



The wallet he carried through six years' service is in the 
possession of his descendants. 

Mrs. Emeline Joslin Colony. 11625 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Horatio Colony. 

Descendant of Capt. John Joslin, Jr., Corp. David Joslin 
and Alexander Ernes, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elias Joslin and Maria Ernes, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Joslin and Rebecca Richardson, his wife; 
Alexander Ernes and Beriah Marshall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Joslin, Jr., and Susannah Carter, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter o? John Joslin and Lucy Wilder, his wife. 

John Joslin, Jr., turned out at the Lexington Alarm. He 
commanded a company at the battle of Bennington in Col. 
Job Cushing's regiment, where his brother Thomas was 
killed. He died at Leominster, 1810, aged seventy-five. 

David JosHn, 1781, at sixteen enlisted for three years. He 
died at Stoddard, N. H., 1825. 

Also Nos. 5032, 6569. 

Alexander Emes, 1777, enlisted in the Artillery under Col. 
Paul Revere, and served three years. He died at Dublin, 
N. H., 1845, aged eighty-four. 

Mrs. Emoretta Taft Robertson. 11626 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Cadmon Robertson. 

Descendant of Gen. Josiah Whitney, Josiah Whitney, Jr., 
Asa Taft, Corp. Ebenezer Bolton and David Damon, all of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Asa Taft and Nancy Burnap, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Pious Upton Burnap and Sally Whitney, 
his wife; Nathan Taft and Betsey Bolton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Whitney, Jr., and Anna Scollay, his 
wife; Asa Taft and Molly Stone, his wife; Ebenezer Bolton and 
Elizabeth Damon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Whitney and Sarah Farr, his first 
wife; David Damon and Esther Goving, his wife. 

Josiah Whitney, who had served in the early wars, com- 
manded a company, 1775, and a regiment at the siege of 



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Boston, the Burgoyne campaign and the expedition to 
Rhode Island. He was promoted brigadier general at the 
close of the war. He died at Ashby, 1806, aged seventy-five. 

Josiah Whitney, Jr., served under his father during the 
Revolution. He was born at Harvard, 1753, and died at Nel- 
son, N. H., 1827. 

Asa Taft served as a minute man from Westminster at the 
Lexington Alarm in Col. Asa Whitcomb's regiment. 

Ebenezer Bolton was at Bunker Hill and served until the 
evacuation of Boston. He reenlisted for the defense of Ben- 
nington under Capt. Elisha Jackson. 

David Damon was a minute man from Reading. 

Miss Nancy Marietta Taft. i 1627 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Gen. Josiah Whitney, Josiah Whitney, Jr., 
Asa Taft, Corp. Ebenezer Bolton and David Damon. 
Daughter of Asa Taft and Nancy Burnap, his wife. 
Also No. 1 1626. 

Miss Mary A. Foster. 11628 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Paige and of Capt. Thomas 
Fuller, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Stearns Foster and Mary Fuller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Martin Fuller and Letitia Duncan, his wife. 
Or-granddaughter of Thomas Fuller and Lydia Paige, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Paige and Mary Foster, his wife. 

Timothy Paige served on various important committees 
during the Revolution, and commanded a company of minute 
men at the Bennington Alarm. He was born at Hardwick, 
1727, where he died, 1791. 

Thomas Fuller was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm 
in Capt. James Hatch's company. 

Also No. 3434. 

Mrs. Ida Mary Bray Dodge. 11629 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Charles Eben Dodge. 
Descendant of Nicholas Bray, of Massachusetts. 



240 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Daughter of Samuel L. Bray and Mary Morse, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nicholas Bray, Jr., and Abbie Bucknal, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Nicholas Bray, who enlisted from 
Gloucester, 1775, in Capt. Barnabas Dodge's company. Col. 
Loammi Baldwin's regiment. 

Mrs, Elizabeth Bisbee Hunt. 11630 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Nathan Parker Hunt. 

Descendant of Capt. Abner Bisbee, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of David Bisbee and Sarah Allbee, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha Bisbee and Mary Grout, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Bisbee and Mary Hall, his wife. 

Abner Bisbee, who had served under George III., was cap- 
tain of a company of scouts during the Revolution. His 
commissions are signed by Gov. Thomas Chittenden and 
Gov. George CHnton. He was born, 1734, at Pembroke, and 
died at Springfield, Vt., where he is buried. 

Mrs. Fanny Eastman Colgate. 11631 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Clinton Gilbert Colgate. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Eastman, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Arthur McArthur Eastman and Elizabeth Hilliard 
Moulton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Maj. Ebenezer Eastman and Deborah Greeley, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Eastman and Mary Butler, his wife; 
Samuel Greeley and Mary Leavet, his wife. 

Ebenezer Eastman (1746-96) was the first in Gilmanton to 
volunteer. In the absence of the captain he commanded 
the company at Bunker Hill, and his wife, hearing he was 
killed, mounted a horse with babe in arms and her journey 
through the forest is told in the poem "Mary Butler's Ride." 

Also Nos. 5258, 10402. 

Mrs. Martha Safford Higgins. 11632 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Edmund Fessenden Higgins. 

Descendant of Capt. John Whipple, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Nathaniel Tracy Safford and Eunice Carter, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Safford and Nancy Stinson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Safford and Martha Whipple, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Whipple and Martha Cogswell, his 
wife. 

John Whipple served as a cavalry officer at the capture 

of Burgoyne. He was born at Ipswich, 1743, and died at 

Hamilton, 1832. 

Mrs. Clara Smith Forsaith. 11633 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Widow of Samuel C. Forsaith. 

Descendant of Capt. John Huntoon, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of John Cyrus Smith and Clara Johnson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Baker Smith and Hannah Huntoon, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Huntoon and Susanna Chase, his wife. 

John Huntoon, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Samuel Wetherbee's 
company, Col. Isaac Wyman's regiment, to reinforce the 
Northern army. He subsequently commanded a company. 
He was born at Unity, 1753, where he died, 1838. 

Mrs. Anna Oakes Ribble Van Doren. 116^4 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of P. V. D. Van Doren. 

Descendant of Edward M. Van Harlingen, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William B. Ribble and Lettie S. Van Harlingen, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Oothout Van Harlingen and Lemma 
Staats, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward M. Van Harlingen and Martha Van 
Nuys, his wife. 

Edward M. Van Harlingen Served in the Somerset militia. 

Mrs. Sibyl Farnhan Baldwin Wright. ii6jj 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Harrison Baldwin Wright. 

Descendant of Rev. William Emerson, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Henry Porter Baldwin and Sibyl Augusta Lambard, 
his wife. 
See No. 11,589. 

(:6) 



242 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Charlotte Higbee Green. 11636 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Judge Edward T. Green. 

Descendant of Gen. Matthias Williamson and of Maj. Mat- 
thias Williamson, Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Chief Justice Mercer Beasley and Frances Higbee, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Frederick Beasley and Maria Williamson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Williamson, Jr., and Henrietta 
Levy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthias Williamson and Susannah Hal- 
stead, his wife. 

Matthias Williamson, 1775, was colonel of Essex county 
Light Horse, and, 1776, conimanded a brigade. He was 
quartermaster general when taken prisoner, 1780, and con- 
fined on Long Island. He died at Elizabeth Town, 1807, 
aged ninety-one. 

Matthias Williamson, Jr., 1778, was commissioned assistant 
quartermaster of militia and served to the close of the war. 

Also No. 9206. 

Miss Mary Dickinson. 11637 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Gen. Philemon Dickinson, Dr. Thomas Cad- 
walader, Reese Meredith, Gen. Samuel Meredith and Hon. 

Lewis Ogden, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Philemon Dickinson and Margaret Corinne Clotilde 
Gobert, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Dickinson and Anne Meredith, his wife; 
Charles Gobert and Charlotte Ogden, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Meredith and Margaret Cadwalader, 
his wife; Lewis Ogden and Margaret Gouv^eneur, his wife; Phile- 
mon Dickinson and Mary Cadwalader, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reese Meredith and Martha Carpenter, 
his wife; Dr. Thomas Cadwalader and Hannah Lambert, his wife. 

Philemon Dickinson (1739-1809), was a member of the 
Provincial Congress and on the committee to draft the state 
constitution. He commanded mihtia in the retreat through 
the Jerseys, and for this service received special mention 
from Washington. He was elected to the Continental Con- 



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gress from Delaware, 1782, and made chairman of the mili- 
tary committee. He died at "The Hermitage," Trenton. 

Thomas Cadwalader (1705-79), was an ardent whig, and, 
1776, was appointed medical director of the army hospitals. 

Samuel Meredith (1741-1817), was chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of Philadelphia, 1775. He was major of the 
'Silk Stockings" at the battles of Trenton and Princeton and 
commanded a brigade at Brandywine and Germantown. He 
gave valuable civil service and contributed of his ample 
means to aid the cause. 

. Reese Meredith (1705-78), was a patriot of Philadelphia, 
who gave generously to relieve the army at Valley Forge. 

Also No. 6889. 

Lewis Ogden, 1775, served on the Committee of Safety of 
Newark and as a member of the Provincial Congress. 

Also Nos. 921, 9199. 

Mrs. Garretta P. Hagemeyer. 11638 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Francis E. Hagemeyer. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Jacob Griffin and of Maj. Rich- 
ard Van Wyck, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. David V. M. Johnson and Catherine Griffin Van 
Wyck, his wife. 

Oranddaughter of Jacob Van Wyck and Cornelia Polhemus, his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Theodorus Van Wyck and Hannah Griffin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Griffin and Ruth Woolsey, his wife; 
Richard Van Wyck and Barbara Van Voorhees, his wife. 

Richard Van Wyck 1775, was commissioned major of in- 
fantry by the Provincial Congress. He was born at Hemp- 
stead, 1727, and died at Fishkill, 1810. 

Jacob Griffin, 1775, was lieutenant colonel in the Rombout 
Precinct and subsequently served under Col. Roswell Hop- 
kins, Dutchess county militia. 

Mrs. Mary Craven Tho.wae. 11639 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Waesche Thomae. 



244 DAUGHTERS OI'' THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Commodore Thomas Tingey and Dr. Ger- 
shom Craven, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Tunis Augustus Craven. U. S. N., and Mary Carter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Tunis Craven and Hannah Tingey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Gershom Craven and Rebecca Quick, his 
wife; and of Thomas Tingey. 

Gershom Craven (1745^1819), served as surgeon of cavalry. 

Thomas Tingey, who was born in London and had served 
in the British navy, volunteered to aid the colonies in the 
Revolution. He died at Washington, D. C, 1829, at the age 
of seventy-nine, having served the country fifty years and 
fought in three wars. 

Mrs. Marie Leonore Crane. 11640 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Cyrus R. Crane. 

Descendant of Thomas Morris of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dominique J. Du Four and Amanda M. F. Morgan, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Morgan and Rebecca Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Morris and Elisabeth Chadwick, 
his wife. 

Thomas Morris was a private in the company of Capt. 

Hendrick Smock, First Monmouth county regiment. 

Mrs. Marie Louise Crane Corvell. 11641 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George V. Corvell. 

Descendant of Asa Crane and of Thomas Morris, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Cyrus R. Crane and Marie Leonore Du Four, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Chillion Crane and Cynthia Holman, his wife; 
Dominique J. Du Four and Amanda M. F. Morgan, his wife. 

See No. 11640. 

Great-granddaughter of Asa Crane, who enlisted from 
Hanover and served in the Morris county militia. 

Mrs. Nina Gertrude Crane Bailey. 11642 

Born in New Jersey. 
Descendant of Asa Crane and of Thomas Morris. 



I.INEAGE BOOK. 245 



Daughter of Cyrus R. Crane and Marie Leonore Du Four, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 11640, 11641. 

Mrs. Ida Leonore Howard. 11643 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Edward Vicars Howard. 

Descendant of Thomas Morris and Ruliff Covenhoven, of 
New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Ashmore Conover (name changed) and Marie 
Lenore Du Four, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dominique J. Du Four and Amanda M. F. Mor- 
gan, his wife; William Covenhoven and Maria J. Ashmore, his wife. 

See No. 11640. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ruliff Covenhoven and Amy Lake, his wife. 

Ruliff Covenhoven served in the wagonmaster general's 
department under Capt. William Davison. He died at Mil- 
ton, Pa., 1854, aged eighty-seven. 

Mrs. Emma Finney Welch. 11644 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Ashbel Welch. 

Descendant of Abraham Coriell, Luke Covert and Cor- 
nelius Boice, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of John Finney and Eliza Boice Coriell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Coriell and Jane Marselis Boice, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Boice and Elizabeth Covert, his wife; 
Richard Coriell and Sarah Snially, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Luke Covert and Anna Marselis, his wife; 
Abraham Coriell and Esther Heth, his wife; Cornelius Boice and 
Jane Coriell, his wife. 

Abraham Coriell served in the militia when New Jersey 
was the battlefield. He was born in Middlesex county, 1738, 
where he died, 1828. 

Luke Covert served as a minute man from Essex county. 
He died in 1828 at the advanced age of nearly one hundred 
years. There were over twenty of the family and name who 
served in the Revolution. 

Cornelius Boice, 1776, was a patriot who suffered the loss 
of home when the British destroyed property in the raid 
through the Jerseys. He lost his life during the conflict 
at the early age of thirty-eight. 



246 DAUGHTERS O^ THt AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 



Mrs. Mary Isabella Simpson McCutchen. 11645 

Born in California. 

Wife of Charles W. McCutchen. 

Descendant of William Simpson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Dr. Josiah Simpson and Harriet St. John, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Neely Simpson and Mary Brunson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Simpson and Isabella Wilson, his 
wife. 

William Simpson enlisted early in the war and served until 
January, 1777, when he was lamed for life by falling from a 
horse. He was born in Hunterdon county, N. J., 1741, and 
died in Bucks county, Pa., 1825. 

Mrs. Helen McClure Kirby Dwight. 11646 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Melatiah Everett Dwight. 
Descendant of Gen. Erastus Wolcott, Samuel Wolcott and 

Rev. Benjamin Pomeroy, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. William Kirby and Hannah McClure Wolcott, 
his wife. 

See No. 11002. 

Mrs. AMELIA Gray Harman. 11647 

Born in New York. 

Wife of John Frelinghuysen Harman. 

Descendant of Elias Gray, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Gray and Lavinia Johnson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Gray and Mary Higgins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Gray and Eunice Allen, his wife. 

Eiias Gray was a minute man when Tryon invaded the 
State and made the attack on Danbury. He subsequently 
served in the commissary. He was born at Fairfield, 1746, 
where he died, 1826. 

Mrs. Emma Starr Burlingham. 11648 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Rev. Dr. A. H. Burlingham. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jesse Starr and of Sergt. Vine Starr, 
of Connecticut. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 247 



Daughter of Albertus Starr and Elizabeth Potter Lamphear, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Starr and Mary Brown Dewey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Vine Starr and Mary Street, his wife. 

Vine Starr served in Baldwin's regiment of artificers. 

Jesse Starr (1753-98), enlisted early in the war, and, 1782, 
was captured at sea by the British ship "Belisarius'' and not 
released for over a year. 

Also No. 854. 

Mrs. Emma Louise McGee. 11649 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Henry A. McGee. 

Descendant of Dr. Samuel Whiting, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hugh Joseph Whiting and Josephine Whiting, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Morris Whiting and Margaret Whiting, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Whiting and Abigail F. Whiting, his 
wife. 

Samuel Whiting served in the artillery, and his commission 

is still in the family. He was one of the sufferers of the 
prison ships, but survived the long confinement and died, 
181 6, aged seventy- two. 

Mrs. Laetitia M. Halsey Myers. 116^0 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Lawrence Myers. 

Descendant of Zephaniah Piatt and of Capt. Nathaniel 
Piatt, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. Frederick Halsey and Maria Piatt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Piatt and Phebe Smith, his wife. 

See No. 11133. 

Nathaniel Piatt commanded a company in Col. Josiah 
Smith's regiment at the battle of Long Island. He was 
born at Huntington, 1741, and died, 1816, at Plattsburg. 

Mrs. Eliza Pullan Stephens Montgomery. ii65'i 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Robert N. Montgomery. 
Descendant of Maj. James Sterling, of New Jersey. 



248 DAUGHTERS OI'' THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

* • 

Daughter of James P. Stephens and Mary Williams Sterling, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Smith Sterling and Hannah Williams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Chew Sterling and Edith Smith 
Weatherby, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Sterling and Rebecca Budd, his 
wife. 

James Sterling who was born in Ireland, was a member 
of the Provincial Congress, and his name stands first on the 
Burlington County Committee of Observation, 1775. He 
fitted out a company at his own expense and turned out at 
alarms to defend the colony. He died at Burlington, 1818, 
aged iseventy-seven, and his obituary recounts his loyalty. 

Also Nos. 1938, 3357, 4835, 7525. 

Miss Laura Reeve. 116^2 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Jehu Wood, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Augustus Reeve and Rebecca Cooper Wood, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Horner Wood and Elizabeth Haines 
Cooper, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Wood and Mary Horner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jehu Wood and Mary Kinsey Reeve, his 
wife. 

Jehu Wood commanded a company of Gloucester county 
militia in Col. Asher Holmes' regiment of state troops. He 
was born at Woodbury, 1748, where he died, 1783. 

Miss Susan M. Carpenter. 11655 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Ens. Thomas Carpenter, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas Preston Carpenter and Rebecca Hopkins, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Carpenter and Sarah Stratton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Carpenter and Mary Tonkins, his 
wife. 

Thomas Carpenter, 1776, enlisted in the Salem county 
militia, was at Trenton and Princeton and was appointed 
paymaster, 1777, and served three years. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died, 1847, aged ninety-five. 



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Mrs. Jennie Voorhees Reynolds. ii6j4 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of George Reynolds. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Lewis and Edward Lewis, 
Jr., of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Peter L. Voorhees and Anna Finley Dayton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Dayton and Nancy Lewis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Lewis, Jr., and Nancy Crowell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Lewis and Sarah Morris, his 
wife. 

Edward Lewis, who was born in Wales, was assistant 

commissary of issues during the Revolution. He died at 

Basking Ridge, 1792, aged seventy. 

Edward Lewis Jr. (1750-1817), served in the ranks. 
Also No. 10607. 

Mrs. Louise Dayton Van Voorhees. ii6j5 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Peter Van Voorhees. 
Descendant of Lieut. Edward Lewis and of Edward Lewis, 

Jr. 

Daughter of James B. Dayton and Louisa M. Clarke, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joel Dayton and Nancy Lewis, his wife. 
See No. 11654. 

Mrs. Margaretta Willis Reeve. ii65'6 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Augustus Henry Reeve. 

Descendant of Gen. Elias Dayton, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry Baldwin and Kate Irving Dayton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Ogden Dayton and Mary Beesley Tuft, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elias Boudinot Dayton and Elizabeth 
Chandler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elias Dayton and Hannah Rolfe, his wife 

Elias Dayton (1737-1807), was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Elizabethtown and commanded both volunteers 
and regulars during the Revolution, and in three different 
battles had a horse killed under him. He was brigadier gen- 
eral. Continental Line, at the close of the war, and became 
first president of the State Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also Nos. 1492, 5081, 9199. 



250 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Elizabeth Cooper Reeve. 116^7 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Capt. Jehu Wood, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Augustus Reeve and Rebecca Cooper Wood, his wife. 
See No. 11652. 

Miss Mary McKeen. ii6ij8 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Stroud, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Thomas McKeen and Sally Jane McCoy, his wife. 
See No. 11 132. 

Mrs. Eva Egerton Burritt Vinson. ii6j9 

Born in New Jersey. 

Wife of Frank Vinson. 

Descendant of Mindart Wilson, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Harvey Hallock Burritt and Eliza Egerton Wilson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Wilson and Jane Bergen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Mindart Wilson and Jannetie Van Arsdalen, 
his wife. 

Mindart Wilson was a private in the Somerset county mili- 
tia, and also served as a minute man. He died at Millstone, 
1840, aged eighty- two. 

Mrs. Mary Comstock Porter. 11660 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Nathan T. Porter. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Comstock and of Lieut. Isaac 
Turner, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maro M. Comstock and Ellen M. Culver, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Comstock and Nancy Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Comstock and Sarah Myrick, his wife; 
Isaac Turner and Anna Comstock, his wife. 

Peter Comstock, 1781, commanded a company in Col. 
Jonathan Latimer's regiment for the defense of Fort Trum- 
bull, when New London was burned. He was born at Mont- 
ville, 1732, where he died, 1803. 

Isaac Turner, 1775, enlisted as a private, and, 1777, was 
commissioned lieutenant. He was born at New London, 
1754, and died at Montville, 1829. 

Also Nos. 2303, 4940, 8966, 10611. 



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Mrs. Louisa G. Lane Van Rensselaer. 11661 

iBorn in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William Bayard Van Rensselaer. 

Descendant of Deacon Ebenezer Lane, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Martin Lane and Frances EHza Gardiner, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Martin Lane and Lucretia Swan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lane, Jr., and Martha Phelps, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lane and Bethiah Shaw, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Lane, 1774-76, was a member of the Committee 
of Safety of Attleboro, and of the Provincial Congress. He 
was bom at Dorchester, 1712, and died, 1791, at Attleboro. 

Miss Josephine Sears Scofield. 11662 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Judge Gideon Olin, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Michael Scofield and Martha Jane Wanzer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Wanzer and Mary Dwinell Whittemore, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Whittemore and Abigail Olin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Olin and Patience Dwinell, his 
wife. 

Gideon Olin served as major in the regiment of Green 
Mountain Boys at Bennington. He represented Shaftsbury 
in the General Assembly, and was speaker seven sessions. 
He was on the bench at the close of the war, and died at 
Shaftsbury, 1823, aged eighty. 

Also Nos. 236, 7381. 

Mrs. Cornelia Scudder Hendrick. ii66^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of James Burnside Hendrick. 

Descendant of Lieut. Henry Scudder, of Long Island. 
Daughter of Townsend Scudder and Sarah Maria Frost, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Scudder, Jr., and Elizabeth Hewlett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Scudder and Phoebe Carll, his wife. 

Henry Scudder was lieutenant in Capt. Nathaniel Piatt's 
company. Col. Josiah Smith's regiment of minute men, at 
the battle of Long Island, where he was captured. He was 



252 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

aide to General Nathaniel Tallmadge, and had many narrow 
escapes when harassing the Tories and British. He was 
born on Long Island, 1743, and died there, 1822. 
Also Nos. 4516, 5725. 

Mrs. Mary Cotrell Leonard. 11664 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Daniel Leonard. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Gardner, of Massachusetts; Ste- 
phen Savage, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joshua Gardner Cotrell and Cornelia Wilkinson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Cotrell and Mary Gardner, his wife; Ja- 
bez Wilkinson and Nancy Savage, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Gardner and Martha Brown, his 
wife; Stephen Savage, Jr., and Lucy Starr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Savage and Triphena Riley, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Gardner, 1777, served as a minute man in Capt. 
Thomas Gould's company. Col. Benjamin Simonds' regi- 
ment. He died at Hancock, 1801. ^ged fifty-nine. 

Stephen Savage (1737-1824), enlisted as a private in Capt. 
Jared Shepherd's company. Col. Thomas Belden's regiment, 
and subsequently served under Capt. James Wilcox in Bald- 
win's regiment of artificers. He was at Brandywine, Ger- 
mantown and Monmouth. 

Also No. 6852. 

Mrs. Kate M. Bartlett. ii66j 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Arthur S. Bartlett. 
Descendant of John Hall, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James C. Mapledoram and Sarah B. Teller, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Teller and Amy Hall, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Hall, Jr., and Mary Converse, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hall and Mehetabel Ticknor, his 
wife. 

John Hall, 1775, enlisted in Capt. David Welch's company. 
Col. David Wooster's regiment, and, 1777, served under 
Capt. Theophilus Munson and Col. John Chandler. 



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Mrs. Anna Cornelia Peck Gregg. 11666 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Harmon and of Nathaniel 
Hewit, of Connecticut; John Peck and of Hiram Peck, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Hiram Hanson Peck and Cornelia Harmon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Calvin Harmon and Nancy Hewit, his wife; 
Hiram Peck and Wealthy Kilburn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Harmon and Lucretia Dewey, hi» 
wife; Nathaniel Hewit and Sarah Averj', his wife; John Peck and 
Mary Drown, his wife. 

Daniel Harmon, 1780, was sergeant in Capt. William 
Hutchins' company, Col. Samuel Herrick's regiment. He 
died in Vermont, 1805, aged fifty-eight. 

Nathaniel Hewit, 1780, enlisted at seventeen in Col. Josiah 
Starr's regiment. He died at Coventry, Vermont, 183 1. 

John Peck (1735-1812), was a minute man from Rehoboth 
at the Lexington and Rhode Island Alarms. 

Hiram Peck, 1780, at sixteen took the place of his elder 
brother, Joshua, who was wounded. He died at Parishville, 
N. Y., 1831, aged sixty-seven. 

Mrs. Annette Schuyler Cook. 11667 

Born in New York. 
Wife of John Lawton Cook. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Schuyler and of Capt. Christian 
Getman, of New York. 

Daughter of Henry J. Schuyler and Mary Cook, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Schuyler and Nancy Van Driesen, his wife; 
Henry Cook and Ana Eve Shull, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Schuyler and Jannetje Vrooman, his 
wife; John Jost Shull and Ana Eve Getman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. Johannes Schuyler and Annetje Vee- 
der, his wife; and of Christian Getman. 

John Schuyler enlisted in the Albany county militia under 
his uncle. Col. Peter Vrooman. He died at Herkimer, 1832, 
aged eighty-one. His father was the patriot pastor of the 
old stone church at Schoharie, which was used as a fort dur- 
ing the war, and he is buried under the pulpit. 

Christian Getman commanded a company of Rangers in 
Col. James Livingston's regiment duriilg the Revolution. 



254 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIrUTlON. 

Mrs. Ada Schuyler Denison, 11668 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Franklin P. Denison. 
Descendant of Sergt. John Schuyler and Capt. Christian 

Getman. 
Daughter of Henry J. Schuyler and Mary Cook, his wife. 
See No. 11667. 

Mrs. Catharine McKie Thayer. 11669 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Francis S. Thayer. 

Descendant of James McKie, of New York. 

Daughter of George McKie and Sophia Whiteside, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James McKie and Elizabeth Wilson, his wife. 

James McKie, who was born in Scotland, served under 
Capt. Joseph Wells and Capt. Cornelius Doty, in Col. Lewis 
Van Woert's regiment of Albany county militia. He died 
at White Creek, 1843, aged eighty-three. 

Also No. 7262. 

Mrs. Katherine Thayer Hobson. 11670 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Henry W. Hobson. 
Descendant of James McKie. 

Daughter of Francis S. Thayer and Catharine McKie, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George McKie and Sophia Whiteside, his wife. 
See No. 11669. 

Miss Jessie MacNish. 11671 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Isaac Bininger and of Thomas Steele, of 
New York. 

Daughter of Andrew Bininger MacNish and Adaline Amelia 
Brownell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas MacNish and Frances Maria Bininger, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Bininger and Elizabeth Merritt, his 
wife; Andrew MacNish and Elizabeth Steele, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Steele and Jean Lowrie, his wife. 

Isaac Bininger enlisted at Salem in Capt. Levi Stockwell's 
company. He was taken prisoner at Fort Ann when it was 



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captured by the British and confined two years in Canada. 
He was born at Nazareth, Pa., 1760, and died in Camden 
Valky, N. Y., 1827. 

Thomas Steele served as a private in Capt. John Arm- 
strong's company. Col. Alexander Webster's regiment. 

Miss Maude Bedell Skinner. 11672 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Skinner and Israel Skinner, of 
Connecticut ; Col. John Shepard, Jr., of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Freeman Skinner and Emma Margaret Shepard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Pratt Skinner and Phoebe Bailey Hath- 
away, his wife; George Lowell Shepard and Margaret Traphagen, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Israel Skinner and Louisa Pratt, his wife; 
John Shepard and Lucretia Eaton, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Shepard and Elizabeth Hed- 
well, his wife; and of John Skinner. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Shepard, Jr., and Mercy Wilkins, 
his wife. 

John Skinner, 1777, enlisted in Capt. Hezekiah Parson's 

company, and, 1776, was promoted lieutenant. He subse- 
quently was employed in the commissary. 

Israel Skinner (1751-96), served as conductor of wagons. 

John Shepard, Jr. (1730-1802), signed the Association Test. 

Mrs. Laura Morgan Skinner Pitcher. 1167^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Aaron Putnam Pitcher. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Skinner and of Israel Skinner. 

Daughter of Wlliam Burke Skinner and Mary Elizabeth Morgan, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Henry Pratt Skinner and Mary Henderson 
Burke, his wife. 

See No. 11672. 

Mrs. Mary Du Bois Mulford, 11674 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James Mulford. 

Descendant of Lieut. Christian Du Bois, Jr., Ens. Cornelius 
Van Deusen and Capt. Abram Fonda, of New York. 



256 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Daughter of Henry Alexander Du Bois and Evelina Van Deusen, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Coert Du Bois and Mary Thorn, his wife; John 
Van Deusen and Lana Fonda, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christian Du Bois, Jr., and Helenah Van 
Voorhees, his wife; Cornelius Van Deusen and Rachel Elting, his 
wife; Abram Fonda and Lana Du Bois, his wife. 

Christian Du Bois, Jr., served as ensign under Capt. Jacob 
Griffin, and, 1775, was promoted lieutenant. He was born 
at Fishkill, 1746, and there died, 1807. 

Cornelius Van Deusen entered the army as sergeant and 
served one year as ensign during the Revolution. He was 
born at Claverack, 1758, and died at Green City, 1787. 

Abram Fonda, 1778, commanded a company in the Eighth 
Regiment, Claverack battalion. 

Also No. 3693. 



Mrs. Mary Langford Curran Peck. 1167^ 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Willard Peck. 

Descendant of Dr. Lewis Sweeting, Sergt. Nathaniel 
Sweeting and Sergt. George Langford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward Curran and Mary Langford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Langford, Jr., and Chloe Sweeting, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Sweeting and Mary Tyrrell, his 
wife; George Langford and Abigail Elliott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Lewis Sweeting and Abiah Cobb, his 
wife. 

Lewis Sweeting (1723-1804), was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, and turned out at the Lexington Alarm, 
and with him were three sons, Lewis, Eliphalet and Na- 
thaniel. He died at Manlius, N. Y. 

Nathaniel Sweeting (1758-1841), served in Capt. Silas 
Cobb's company at Bunker Hill, and under Capt. Isaac 
Hodge in Rhode Island. 

George Langford (1755-1827), served at Bunker Hill un- 
der Capt. Jonathan Allen, Col. John Fellow's regiment. 

Also Nos. 3668, 4229, 10655. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth K. Abell. 11676 

Born in New Yoik. 

Wife of Daniel W. Abell. 

Descendant of Edward Meloy and of Simeon Rogers, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Langley Fullagar and Mary Ann Rogers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John B. Rogers and Harriet Meloy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Simeon Rogers and Mary Barker, his wife; 
Henry Meloy and Anna Dawson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Meloy and Mary Parmelee, his 
wife. 

Simeon Rogers, 1778, at sixteen enlisted in Capt. Joel Gil- 
lett's company, Col. Roger Enos' regiment. He was born 
at Guilford, 1762, and died at Barker, N. Y., 1856. He was 
the youngest of four brothers who served in the war. 

Edward Meloy, who was born in Ireland, was the owner 

of several vessels, and during the war lost heavily through 

his devotion to the cause of the colonies. 
Also No. 2740. 

Miss Ruth Baldwin Abell. 11677 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Abel, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Casper K. Abell and Jane B. Williams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mosely Willis Abell and Ruth Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Abel and Eunice Griswold, his wife. 

Thomas Abel was a private in Capt. Samuel Robinson's 
company at the battle of Bennington, and was promoted ser- 
geant, 1780. He was born at Norwich, 1749, and died at Fre- 
donia, N. Y., 1814. Upon his tomb is inscribed "Captain.' 

Also Nos. 8840, 10627. 



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Mrs, Caroline A. Young Cadwallader. 11678 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Charles Sumner Cadwallader. 

Descendant of Gen. Samuel Fletcher and of William 
Young, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Fletcher Young and Amelia Baldwin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Foster Young and Valinda Fletcher, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Young and Elizabeth Smith, his wife; 
Samuel Fletcher and Mehitable Hazeltine, his wife. 

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258 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIrUTlON. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Young and Jane Foster, his 
wife. 

Samuel Fletcher was orderly sergeant at the battle of 
Bunker Hill and commanded a company for the relief of 
Ticonderoga. He was at Bennington, and served in the 
Burgoyne campaign. He was born at Grafton, Mass., 1745, 
and died 1814, at Townshend, Vt. 

William Young, who was born in Ireland, was chairman 
of the Committee of Correspendence and President of the 
Worcester Convention. He died at Worcester, 1795, aged 
eighty-one. 

Also Nos. 3945, 7899, 8527, 9249. 

Mrs. Carrie E. Bancroft Neill. 11679 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Albert Barnes Neill. 

Descendant of Benjamin Smith, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of James Kimball Bancroft and Fanny Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Smith and Lucinda Goodell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Smith and Sarah Paul, his wife. 

Benjamin Smith, 1775, enlisted in Capt. Peter Petty's com- 
pany and subsequently served in the regiment of Artificers. 
He was born at Taunton, Mass., 1753, and a pensioner when 
he died, 1832, at Westminster, Vt. 

Also No. 784. 

Mrs, Ella Blanchard Folsom. 11680 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Benjamin Folsom. 

Descendant of Joseph Blanchard, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Hiram Blanchard and Lavina McCracken, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Blanchard and Mary Blanchard, his wife. 

Joseph Blanchard, 1777, enlisted at Easton for three years 
in Capt. Samuel Craig's company. Col. James Chambers' 
regiment, and was at the battle of Wyoming. 

Mrs. Francelia Katharine Harvey. 11681 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of George F. Harvey. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Thompson, of New Hampshire. 



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Daughter of Orson Kimball and Susan Corson Button, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Kimball and Jemima Thompson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Thompson and Nancy Durgan, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Thompson and Elizabeth Ste- 
vens, his wife. 

Nathaniel Thompson was a whig whose life was threatened 
by the Tories. He was born at Durham, 1726, where he 
died, 1785. 

Mrs. Anna Stafford Henry. 11682 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Walter S. Henry. 

Descendant of Lieut. Amos Stafford, of New York. 
Daughter of Amos Stafford and Hannah Jane Howland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos Stafford, Jr., and Anna Eliza Peck, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Stafford and Sarah Wagaman, his wife. 

Amos Stafford, 1778, was lieutenant in a rifle corps in the 
defense of the Fort at Wyoming and did loyal service after 
the massacre. He was born at Saratoga, 1757, and died 
there, 1813. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Beach, 11683 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Hyde and of Corp. Benjamin 
Hyde, of Connecticut ; Jonathan Bloomfield, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Henry Hyde Beach and Sarah Marsh Hyde, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hyde, Jr., and Elizabeth Bloomfield 
Marsh, his wife; Samuel Beach and Susannah Maria Jervis. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hyde and Elizabeth Hyde, his 
wife; Timothy Jervis and Phebe Bloomfield, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hyde and Ednah Burleigh, his 
wife; Jonathan Bloomfield and Elizabeth Wood, his wife. 

Thomas Hyde gave both civil and military service during 
the war. He was born at Norwich, 1735, where he died, 1819. 

Benjamin Hyde, 1775, turned out from Franklin for the 
relief of Boston in Capt. Aaron Cleveland's company and, 
1779, was corporal under Capt. Nehemiah Waterman. He 
died at Taberg, N. Y., 1839, aged eighty-two. 

Jonathan Bloomfield, 1776, furnished transportation to the 
army encamped on his farm at Woodbridge. He was taken 



26o DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

prisoner, 1778, and confined in the Old Sugar House, New 
York. His son Jarvis served as lieutenant. 

Miss Henrietta Huntington Wright. 11684 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Wright and of Judge Ben- 
jamin Huntington, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Benjamin Hall Wright and Henrietta D. Huntington, 
his wife. 

'Granddaughter of Benjamin Wright and Philomela Waterman, his 
wife; Henry Huntington and Catherine M. Havens, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Wright and Grace Butler, his wife; 
Benjamin Huntington and Anne Huntington, his wife. 

See Nos. 11198, 11 199. 

Mrs. Sarah B. Hammond. ii68^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Moses Foote and of Maj. Barnabas 
Pond, of New York. 

Daughter of Rev. William B. Hammond and Louisa Maria Pond, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Julius C. Pond and Julia Ann Crary. his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Barnabas Pond and Thankful Foote, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Moses Foote and Amy Richards, his 
wife. 

Moses Foote commanded a company in the Twenty-sev- 
enth Regiment of Connecticut militia. He was born at 
Waterbury, Conn., 1734, and died, 1819, at Clinton, N. Y. 

Barnabas Pond, 1777, enlisted for three years in Capt. 
David Smith's company of Connecticut militia. He was a 
pioneer of CHnton, N. Y., where he died, 1841. 

Mrs. Lucia James Madill. 11686 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Grant Charles Madill, M. D. 

Descendant of Capt. John Perkins, Capt. Simon Spalding, 
John Spalding, Capt. Ralph Ripley, Maj. Hezekiah Hunting- 
ton, Roswell Caulkins, Hezekiah Hine, all of Connecticut; 
Amos James, of New York. 

Daughter of Col. Edward Christopher James and Sarah Welles 
Perkins, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Hon. Edward H. Perkins and Susan Welles, his 
wife; Hon. Amaziah B. James and Lucia W. Ripley, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hon. Henry Welles and Sarah Spalding, his 
wife; Christopher Ripley and Julia Caulkins, his wife; Samuel B. 
James and Anna Bailey, his wife; Augustus Perkins and Lucy Hunt- 
ington, his wife. 

See No. 11241. 

Or. -gr.-granddaughter of John Perkins and Bertha Baker Kings- 
ley, his wife; John Spalding and Wealthy Ann Gore, his wife; Amos 
James and Polly Lee, his wife. 

See No. 11076. 

Amos James, 1777-79, served with the Rhode Island troops 
and, 1780, enlisted in the Connecticut Light Horse. He died 
in Rensselaer county, 1845, aged eighty-five. 

John Perkins turned out at the Lexington and Rhode Isl- 
and alarms. He also served at the defense of New London. 
He was born at Norwich, 1736, where he died 1800. 

Mrs. Florence Campbell Seeley Bill. 11687 

Born in New York. 
Wife of James Rawson Bill. 

Descendant of Capt. Nehemiah Seeley, of New York. 
Daughter of John Henry Seeley and Roxanna Coryell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Henry Seeley and Annis Campbell, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. John Seeley and Mary Stacy, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Seeley and Deborah Wood, 
his wife. 

Nehemiah Seeley, 1775, served as lieutenant in Capt. Asa 
Richardson's company, Dorset regiment, Charlotte county 
militia, and 1778, was promoted captain. He was born at 
Fairfield, Conn., 1757, and died at Ballston, N. Y., 1822. 

Miss Nellie Merriam. 11688 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Ens. James Sheldon, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Ela N. Merriam and Mary Hulbert, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Gen. Ela Merriam and Lydia Sheldon, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James Sheldon and Mary Cheesboro Lord, 
his wife. 

James Sheldon, 1776, was elected ensign of the Pawtuxet 
Rangers. He was born at Pawtuxet, 1757, and died in 
Oneida county, N. Y., 1819. 



262 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Miss Sarah Kidder Thomson. 11689 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Cutler and of Adjt. William 
Brown, of Massachusetts; Capt. Andrew Lathrop, Lieut. 
David Smith, Josiah Brainerd and Ezra Brainerd, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of George Huntington Thomson and Ella Matteson 
Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. George Washington Thomson and Eliza- 
beth Brainerd, his wife; Maj. Levi Kidder Brown and Sarah Matte- 
son, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Thomson and Theodosha Green, his 
wife; Col. William Brown and Olive Flint, his wife; Jesse Matte- 
son and Sarah Taft, his wife; Rev. Israel Brainerd and Polly Hunt- 
ington, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Thomson and Mary Cutler, his 
wife; Daniel Taft and Martha Lathrop, his wife; Ezra Huntington 
and Jerusha Smith, his wife; Ezra Brainerd and Jerusha Smith, his 
wife; and of William Brown. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Cutler and Elizabeth Hol- 
man, his wife; Andrew Lathrop and Abigail Fish, his wife; David 
Smith and Dorothy Brainerd, his wife; Josiah Brainerd and Hannah 
Spencer, his wife. 

Jonathan Cutler turned out from Sutton at the Bennington 
Alarm in Capt. David Chadwick^s company. He died at 
Royalston, 1826, aged eighty-nine. 

Andrew Lathrop commanded a company of Light Horse 
under Maj. Ebenezer Backus. He died at Bozrah, 1803, 
aged seventy-five. 

William Brown, 1776, was adjutant in Col. Samuel Thatch- 
er's regiment and 1780 served in the Rhode Island Alarm. 

Josiah Brainerd, who had fought in the early wars, gave 
service in the Revolution. He was born at Haddam, 171 1, 
where he died, 1792. 

Ezra Brainerd, 1777-82, represented Haddam in the As- 
sembly. He died, 1832, aged eighty-eight. 

David Smith enlisted from Haddam and served in the New 
York campaign, in Capt. Edward Eell's company, under Col. 
Comfort Sage, Wadsworth's brigade. 

Also Nos. 3078, 6522, 8325, 9925, 10644. 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Brainerd Denison. 11690 

Born in Louisiana. - 
Wife of Robert Fuller Denison. 

Descendant of Adjt. William Brown, Capt. Andrew Lath- 
rop, Josiah Brainerd, Ezra Brainerd, Sergt. Jonathan Cutler 

and Lieut. David Smith. 

Daughter of George Huntington Thomson and ElUa Matteson 
Brown, his wife. 

See No. 11689. 

Mrs. Florence Chase Newell. 11691 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Frank G. Newell. 

Descendant of Eleazer Chase and of Rev. Nathaniel Chase, 

of Maine. 

Daughter of Ethan Allen Chase and Augusta Field, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Chase, Jr., and Eunice Westcott, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Chase and Jemima Haskell, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Chase and Mary Booby Brown, 
his wife. 

Nathaniel Chase, 1779, served in the Penobscot expedition, 
in Capt. Nathan Merrill's company, where the troops were 
obliged to retreat through an unbroken wilderness. He died 
at Buckfield, 1853, aged ninety-two. 

Eleazer Chase served as a minute man from Windham 
and turned out at various alarms. He was born at Newbury, 
Mass., 1722, and died at Buckfield, 1808. 

Mrs. Helen Trumbull Taylor. 11692 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Asaph Trumbull, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Benjamin Trumbull and Marietta Griswold, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Jonathan Trumbull and Lydia Phelps, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph Trumbull and Zilpha Phelps, his wife. 
Asaph Trumbull served as ensign, 1775, was lieutenant in 
the New York campaign and at the battle of Long Island. 

He was born at Hebron, 1738, where he died, 1821. 
Also Nos. 6721, 8323. 



264 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Kate H. Wood. 1169^ 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Jonathan Wood, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Jacob Clinton Wood and Catherine Jane Wood, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Aaron Wood and Esther Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Wood. Jr., and Jane Piatt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Wood and Hannah Dresser, 
his wife. 

Jonathan Wood turned out from Boxford at the Lexing- 
ton Alarm and served in Capt. William Perley's company, 

Col. James Fry's regiment, at the siege of Boston. 
Also No. 7942. 

Mrs. Katherine W. Sleght Starkey. 11694 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Dr. Herbert A. Starkey. 

Descendant of Petrus Jansen Sleght and of Hendrick De 
Graff, of New York. 

Daughter of Isaac Decker Sleght and Sara Malvina White, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Petrus Sleght and Helena Eckert, his wife; 
Andrew White and Sara A. M. DeGraff, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Petrus Jansen Sleght and Cornelia Cantine, 
his wife; Joshua DeGraff and Mary Hotaling, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hendrick DeGraff and Osseltje Eckert, 
his wife. 

Petrus Jansen Sleght was a signer of the agreement to 
maintain constitutional rights. 

Hendrick De Graff (1741-92), served as a private in Capt. 
Philip Swart's company, Col. Johannes Snyder's Ulster 
county regiment. 

Mrs. Mary Anna Buck Evans, 11695 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Spalding Ev^ns. 

Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Miner, of Vermont; Col. 
Joseph Champlin, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of John Hildreth Buck and Harriet Miner Fletcher, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Paris Fletcher and Anna Miner, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Miner, Jr., and Polly Hemenway, 
his wife. 



I^INKAGE BOOK. 265 



Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Miner and Anna Champlin, his 
wife. 

Cr.-gr.-gr.-granddaiighter of Joseph Champlin and Rebecca Chese- 
brough, his wife. 

Benjamin Miner commanded a company of minute men 

from Morris county, New Jersey, when that colony was over- 
run by the British. He was born at Stonington, Conn., 1742, 
and was a pensioner when he died at Bridgeport, Vt., 1835. 

Joseph Champlin, who had fought in the early wars, served 
in home defense during the Revolution. His house at West- 
erly was a home for refugees and he melted his silver plate 
to aid the cause. He died, 1792, aged eighty-three. 

Mrs. Mary Young Spencer Jackson. 11696 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Samuel Thomas Jackson. 

Descendant of Jonathan Spencer, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Archelaus Spencer and Amy Gridley Ely, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Rogers Spencer and Mary Young, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Spencer and Elizabeth Rogers, his 
wife. 

Jonathan Spencer, 1775, enlisted in Capt. John Douglass' 

company. Col. Jedediah Huntington's regiment, and served 

at the siege of Boston. 

Mrs. Annie Snell Ingham. 11697 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Clark L. Ingham. 
Descendant of Peter Snell, of New York. 
Daughter of Irving Snell and Chloe A. Richmond, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Peter Snell and Eliza Mann, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Suffrenus Snell and Eve Fry, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Snell and Annie Kilts, his wife. 

Peter Snell, 1777, enlisted in Col. Jacob Klock's regiment, 
for the defense of the Mohawk Valley. He with six brothers 
and two cousins fought at Oriskany, and he and one cousin 
were the only survivors of that bloody battle. He was bom 
at Snellsbusch, 1730, where he died, 1804. 



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J'>>;t; A.lv^1^*rr j^trr*:*! ixj tike Ligitt Horse xaider C^c Sas&- 
ti*! J'ett^ OvL Viil&isn Dcmglas' rfegrmmt. He ma$ bornii 
i1 JJ^m4*rrj, Cc/r;rj., 1757, axkd dit^d at Genoa, X. Y., 183&. 

Ml'*, Kate Bhooks Randall. 11699 

W>}*; ^/f WiJliiiJrj Vinctmt Randall. 

i>'<^v;<ti'larjt of Jonathan Brooks, of New York. 

ij^yichi*:r fji FJtrtchtrr Matthews Brooks and Phoebe Bodinc, fais 

firti^wi^U^MchUr of Jonathan Brooks and Catharine Matthews, his 

)fmu\}rdn J^rooks was a signer of the Association Test of 
fh'4tn(t* county, and served on the Committee of Safety of 

<>vtnwa)) tltirinj*;: the Revolution. 

tAm hAHMi THURMAN. 1 1700 

lUnu itj N<fw York. 

OcMcnclant of Martin Van Buskirk, of New York. 
l)u{iy,\i\vf of Hichanison H. Thurman and Catharine L. M. Van 
Jiitdi^itU, }iis> wife*. 
(;»tmi1<1i4n«ht«r of J'hilip Van Ness Van Buskirk and Wealthea Ann 

t)uy. liih wil<\ 

(;» fr^t'UiHMuuglKor of Martin Van Buskirk and Maria Van Ness, 

Ilia wilt' 

MrtKiti Vtiu Uuskirk, 1779, enlisted as a private in the 
J>c^t<>»i<l c>)tM|);uiy, I'ourtccnth Regiment. He died at Bus- 
Ixitk'ai, t^d>^t :i{^od sovouty-lhrec. 

Mi<s. Maky Hu(Wni-; Schkrmerhorn. 11701 

Hoiii III N}i()clo Islancl. 
Wuc' of j Mc4u> Si lu'ttnrihorn. 

DoMciidrtMi ol Cap!. Jonathan Danforth and of Jonathan 
iMiUoHh^ J I, oi Massachusetts. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 267 



Daughter of George Huntington Browne and Harriet Newell Dan- 
forth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Keyes Danforth and Mary Bushnell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Danforth, Jr., and Miriam Cowee, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Danforth. 

Jonathan Danforth was a minute man at Bunker Hill, and 
with him were his two sons, Jonathan and Joshua. He com- 
manded a battalion at the battle of Bennington. He died 
at Williamstown, 1802, aged sixty-six. 

Also Nos. 116, 1 121, 3976, 6004, 7254. 

Mrs. Hannah Cranch Moses. 11702 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Dr. Thomas Freeman Moses. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Dawes, Judge Thomas Dawes, 
Jr., Col. William Greenleaf, and Judge Richard Cranch, all of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Cranch and Charlotte Dawes Appleton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge William Cranch and Nancy Greenleaf, his 
wife; Charles H. Appleton and Hannah Dawes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Greenleaf and Mary Brown, his 
wife; Richard Cranch and Mary Smith, his wife; Judge Thomas 
Dawes and Margaret Greenleaf, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Dawes and Hannah Blake, his 
wife. 

Thomas Dawes held many offices of trust, both civil and 
military, during the war. He was born at Boston, 1731, 
where he died, 1809, and is buried at King's Chapel. 

Thomas Dawes, Jr. (1757-1825), a graduate of Harvard, 
was a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1780. 

Also Nos. 407, 8449. 

William Greenleaf (1725-1803), was sheriff of Suffolk coun- 
ty, 1776, and it was his duty to read the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence from the balcony of the old State House, Boston. 

Richard Cranch, who was born in England, was a member 
of the general court and 1780 signed the State currency notes. 

Mrs. Amanda Bartlit Roberts. 11705 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Ansel Roberts. 
Descendant of Ezra Whipple, of Connecticut. 



268 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Elihu Bartlit and Salinda Whipple, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ezra Whipple ahd Abigail Harwood Bamum, 
his wife. 

Ezra Whipple served in the Burgoyne campaign in Col. 
Jonathan Latimer's regiment, and was at the battle of Be- 
mis Heights and Saratoga. He was born at Stoningfton, 
1742, and died at Sunderland, Vt., 1829. 

Also No. 6495. 

Mrs, Minnie Wire Wegman. 11704 

Born in .Ohio. 

Wife of Fred. M. Wegman. 

Descendant of Reuben Taylor, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John W. Wire and Esther C. Taylor, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Justus Taylor and Cynthia Robinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reubin Taylor and Lucretia Bowers, his wife. 

Reuben Taylor, 1778, enlisted for three years in Capt. Na- 
than Goodairs company, Col. Rufus Putnam's regiment. 
He was a pensioner when he died at Northampton, 1845. 

Mrs. Laura Rudduck Swaim. nyoj 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Wesley Swaim. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Gallup, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of David M. Rudduck and Abbie Gallup, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Chester Gallup and Mary Barber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benadam Gallup and Elizabeth Dorrance, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Gallup and Margaret Gallup, his 
wife. 

Isaac Gallup served at the relief of Boston, and, 1777, com- 
manded a company in Col. Samuel McClellan's regiment. He 
was born at Voluntown, 1712, where he died, 1799. 

Also No. 10963. 

Mrs. Esther Taylor Wire. 11706 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John W. Wire. 
Descendant of Reuben Taylor. 

Daughter of Justus Taylor and Cynthia Robinson, his wife. 
See No. 11704. 



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MRS- Cleopatra Rudduck Lacy. 11707 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of E. L. Lacy. 

Descendant of Capt. Isaac Gallup. 

Daughter of David M. Rudduck and Abbie Gallup, his wife. 

See No. 11705. 

Mrs. Ida Ward Hale Strickle. 11708 

Born in Ohio. 

iWife of Frank Strickle. 

Descendant of Aaron Merritt, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Harry Ward Hale and Cecelia A. B. Fitch, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac M. Fitch and Melinda Merritt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Merritt and Prudence Cook, his wife. 

Aaron Merritt served as a minute man in Capt. Abijah 
Lamb's company at the Rhode Island Alarm, and in the 
Burgoyne campaign under Capt. John Nichols. 

Miss Emma Hill. "'^ 11709 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Butler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Spencer Hill and Louise Farquhar, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Noah Hill, Jr., and Sukey Butler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Butler and Hester Buckingham, his 
wife. 

Samuel Butler enlisted from Saybrook, 1777, and subse- 
quently served under his brother, Col. Zebulon Butler. He 
died at Saybrook, 1807. 

Mrs. Eleanor Smith Frolking. 11710 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles Julius Frolking. 

Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Harrison Dewy Smith and Catherine Bevis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Warren Haley Smith and Lydia Spicer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Smith and Sarah Haley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Haley and Sarah Burrows, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Hubbard Burrows and Sarah Avery^ 
his wife. 

Hubbard Burrows, 1776, commanded a company of militia 
in the Eighth Regiment. He was in the field ploughing 



270 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

when Arnold made a descent upon New London, 1781, and 

mounting a horse he hastened to the defense of Fort Gris- 

wold. He was killed in the massacre, as were two brothers 

and a brother-in-law. His name is on the monument at 

Groton, where he was born, 1739. 
Also Nos. 2716, 3187, 4756, 6240, 9275, 10789. 

Mrs. Katharine Clark Mullikin. iiyn 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Edward William Mullikin. 

Descendant of Davis Wasgatt, of Maine. 

Daughter of Davis Wasgatt Clark and Mary Johnson Redman, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Clark and Sarah Haynes Wasgatt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Davis Wasgatt and Rachel Richardson, his 
wife. 

Davis Wasgatt enlisted in Capt. Joel Green's company, Col. 
Ezra Wood's regiment, and served in the army over six 
years. He held many civil offices of trust and died at Mt. 
Desert, at the advanced age of ninety-three. 

Also No. 8573. 

Mrs. Katharine Mullikin Lowry, 11712 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Edward Lowry. 

Descendant of Davis Wasgatt, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edward William Mullikin and Katharine Clark, his 
wife. 

iGranddaughter of Davis Wasgatt Clark and Mary Johnson Red- 
man, his wife. 

See No. 11711. 

Miss Mary Augusta Mullikin. nyij 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Davis Wasgatt. 

Daughter of Edward William Mullikin and Katharine Clark, hia 
wife. 
See Nos. 11711, 11712. 

Miss Carolyn Austin Smith. 11714 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Hubbard Burrows, of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Harrison Dewy Smith and Catherine Bevis, his wife. 
See No. 11710. 

Mrs. Lucy Chappell Brown. 1171J 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Harry Whiting Brown. 

Descendant of Maj. George Stubblefield, Corp. George 
Bruce, Capt. John Metcalfe and Capt. William Pickett, all of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Charles William Mclntyre and Elizabeth Metcalfe 
Bruce, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Stubblefield Bruce and Sabina Metcalfe, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eli Metcalfe and Sallie Pickett, his wife; 
Henry Bruce and Eleanor Threlkeld, his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of John Metcalfe and Sibyl Farrer, his wife; 
George Bruce and Mary Stubblefield, his wife; William Pickett and 
Elizabeth Metcalfe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Stubblefield. 

George Stubblefield, 1775, was a member from Spottsyl- 
vania county to the convention and served in the House of 
Delegates. He was captain. Continental Line, 1776, and 
promoted major, 1777. 

George Bruce was corporal in the army and received land 
warrants for three years' service. 

John Metcalfe raised a company in Fauquier county, Vir- 
ginia, in the first call for troops. He died in Kentucky, 1799, 
aged seventy-five. 

William Pickett commanded a company under Col. Thomas 
Marshall and also served in the House of Delegates. 

Also Nos. 903, 3328. 

Mrs* Ida Irene Moore Tucker. 11716 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of John Tucker. 

Descendant of John Cross, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Maj. David A. B. Moore and Elizabeth Cross, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of James Cross and Frances McCausland, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Cross and Elizabeth Hardwick, his 
wife. 

John Cross served in the Virginia Light Horse during the 



272 DAUGHTERS OF THIS AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Revolution. He was a pensioner when he died in Fairfield 
county, Ohio, 1847, aged eighty-six. 

Mrs. Fanny Griswold Boatt. 11717 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of John M. Boatt. 

Descendant of Gov. Matthew Griswold, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Roger Wolcott Griswold and Juliette Griswold, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Gov. Roger Griswold and Fanny Rogers, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Griswold and Ursula Wolcott, his 
wife. 

Matthew Griswold (1714-99), was chairman of the Commit- 
tee of Safety of Lyme, 1775. In his long public life he held 
with honor the highest office in the gift of the colony. While 
at his home at Blackhall, a British ship was in the sound and 
the capture of the governor was attempted. There was no 
time for flight and the presence of mind of his wife prevented 
his capture. This ancestral home is still in the family. The 
name of this patriot mother has been honored by the 
"Daughters" of Toledo, Ohio. 

Also Nos. 716, 861, 3521. 

Mrs. Annette Fitch Brewer. 11718 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Isaac Curtis Brewer, Jr. 

Descendant of Capt. Abraham Fitch, John Prentiss Cal- 
kins, Nehemiah Hubbard and Isaac Hubbard, of Connecticut ; 
Henry Winchester, of Massachusetts; Corp. John Bunn, of 
New York. 

Daughter of Edward Hubbard Fitch and Alta D. Winchester, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Orramel Hinckley Fitch and Catherine M. Hub- 
bard, his wife; Philander Winchester and Elizabeth Gilman Calkins, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Azel Fitch and Fanny Throop Hinckley, his 
wife; Rev. Jonathan Winchester and Hannah Mills Bunn, his wife; 
Rev. Charles Calkins and Marian Gilman, his wife; William Hub- 
bard and Catherine Hurlbert, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hubbard and Ruth Coleman, his 
wife; Abraham Fitch and Elizabeth Bissell, his wife; Henry Win- 



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Chester and Lois Davis Phelps, his wife; John Bunn and Bethiah 
Fields, his wife; John Prentiss Calkins and Sarah Hubbard Harris, 
his wife; Nicholas Oilman and Elizabeth Woodbridge Deane, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nehemiah Hubbard and Sarah Sill, 
his wife. 

Henry Winchester enlisted from Ashburnham, was taken 
prisoner and served through the war. He died at Malone, 
N. Y., 1834, aged eighty-one. 

John Bunn, who was born, 1754, in England, was im- 
pressed in the British service. He deserted and served in the 
Tryon county militia. 

John Prentiss Calkins served at the Lexington Alarm and 
the siege of Boston. He was born at New London, 1753, and 
died at Avon, Ohio, 1836. 

Also Nos. 8379, 8584. 

Abraham Fitch, who had fought in the early wars, com- 
manded a company of Light Horse in the Second regiment 
for the relief of New London. He was born at Lebanon, 
1737, and died there, 1821. 

Nehemiah Hubbard was a minute man, and his son Isaac 
served in the Paymaster General's Department as assistant 
to his brother, Col. Nehemiah Hubbard. 

7?5. ANNE MATHIOT DORSEY. 1 1719 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Washington Dorsey. 

Descendant of Sergt. George Mathiot, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Mathiot and Ruth Davies, his wife. 

George Mathiot, 1775, enlisted at sixteen and served under 
different commands during the Revolution. He was at 
Brandywine, Valley Forge and interpreter to the French 
General Du Portail, who took part in five campaigns. He 
was a pensioner when he died, 1840, at Connellsville. 

RS. Hettie Mason Hooker Lytle. 11720 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Harry V. Lytle. 

Descendant of Samson Mason, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Chauncey Hooker and Hettie Mason, his wife. 
(18) 



274 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Granddaughter of Hail Mason and Deborah Henderson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hail Mason and Hannah Pierce, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samson Mason and Hannah Hail, his 

wife. 

Samson Mason was the oldest of seven sons, and it is said 
all these brothers served as minute men in the Berkshire 
county company under Capt. Daniel Brown at Bennington. 
He died at Fort Ann, N. Y., 1811, aged seventy-nine. 

Mrs. Jane Greiner Read. 11721 

Born in Ohio. 

Widow of Joseph Tatman Read, M. D. 

Descendant of William Woodward, of Connecticut ; George 
Greiner, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Greiner and Maria Woodward, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Woodward and Sarah Carson, his wife; 
George Greiner and Katherine Whitsel, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Woodward. 

George Greiner at sixteen enlisted with three older 
brothers under Gen. Anthony Wayne. He was with the 
army at Valley Forge and served to the close of the war. 
He died in Greene county, Ohio, 1823, aged sixty-four. 

William Woodward was in Wadsworth's brigade at the 
battles of Long Island and White Plains, and was with 
Knowlton's Rangers when taken prisoner at Fort Washing- 
ton. He died at Williamsport, Pa., 1805, aged fifty-five. 

Also No. 6106. 

Mrs. Harriet Snyder King. 11722 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Robert N. King. 

Descendant of Thomas Davis. 

Daughter of Frederick Snyder and Martha W. Henderson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Henderson and Elizabeth Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Davis and Jane Jenkins, his wife. 

Thomas Davis, who was born in Wales, was a soldier in the 
Pennsylvania Line and was taken prisoner while in service 
and confined in a prison ship. 

Mrs, Martha Olivia Hawes. 1172} 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of Calvin Luther Hawes. 



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Descendant of Col. Asa Rice and of Lieut. Henry Dwight, 

of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Edwin Post Tucker and Mary Rice Dwight, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Simeon Dwight and Martha Rice, his wife. 
See No. 11 180. 

Mrs. Emma Thompson Beaver. 11724 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Frederick P. Beaver. 
Descendant of Thomas Davis. 

Daughter of Ralph L. Thompson and Mary Jane Davis, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Owen Davis and Jane Henderson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Davis and Jane Jenkins, his wife. 
See No. 11722. 

Mrs, Mary Ellen Gebhart. 1172J 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of David Gebhart. 

Descendant of Sergt. George Mathiot, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Col. Robert Davidson and Eliza Mathiot, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Mathiot and Ruth Davies, his wife. 
See No. 11719. 

Mrs, Rose Tilden Cope. 11726 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of William Prichett Cope. 

Descendant of Col. Daniel Tilden, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of DeWitt Clinton Tilden and Katherine Vroman, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Josiah Tilden and Mary Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Tilden and Esther Mason, his wife. 

Daniel Tilden raised a company and served at the siege of 
Boston. He was with Washington in the Jerseys and at the 
battles of Trenton and Princeton. He was a member of the 
General Assembly from Lebanon, and received a captain's 
pension when he died, at Hiram, Ohio, 1833, aged ninety. 

Also Nos. 4347, 7462, 8893. 

Mrs, Mary Coggeshall Howells. 11727 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Dr. Henry C. Howells. 

Descendant of William Coggeshall, of Connecticut. 



276 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of George Coggeshall and Elizabeth Cottrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Coggeshall and Eunice Mallet, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Coggeshall and Mehetable Smith, 
his wife. 

William Coggeshall, 1775, volunteered to reinforce the gar- 
rison at Ticonderoga. He subsequently enlisted as a sailor 
on the "New Defense," was taken prisoner when that vessel, 
after a severe battle, was obliged to surrender, 1779, and was 
imprisoned on the "Jersey," where he was a victim of small- 
pox. He was born at Milford, 1758, where he died, 1800. 

Mrs, Ella Shaffer Huntington. 11728 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Charles Lyman Foster Huntington. 
Descendant of Capt. Gavin McCoy, John Doty and James 

Voorhees, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Shaffer and Susan Ann Lewis, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Lyon Lewis and Sarah Voorhees, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Voorhees and Aletta Wortman, his 
wife; Thomas Lewis and Susannah McCoy, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Voorhees and Maria Doty, his 
wife; Gavin McCoy and Susanna Kinnan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Doty. 

Gavin McCoy commanded a company in the First Bat- 
talion, Somerset county militia. He died at Basking Ridge, 
1800, aged sixty-two. 

John Doty (1712-78), served under Capt. Jacob Ten Eyck 
in the Somerset militia, and in the same company were his 
sons John, Jeremiah and Peter. 

James Voorhees was a minute man during the war. 

Mrs, Grace Gray Shaffer Reeder. 11729 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of James S. Reeder. 

Descendant of Capt. Gavin McCoy, John Doty and James 
Voorhees. 
Daughter of William Shaffer and Susan Ann Lewis, his wife. 
See No. 11728. 

Miss Ruth Huntington. nyjo 

Born in Ohio. 
Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Lathrop, of Connecticut; 



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Capt. Gavin McCoy, John Doty and James Voorhees, of New 
Jersey; Capt. Jonathan Foster, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Lyman Foster Huntington and Ella Shaffer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Hyde Huntington and Eleanor Foster, 
his wife; William Shaffer and Susan Ann Lewis, his wife. 

See No. 11728. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Foster, Jr., and Mary Poore Kim- 
ball, his wife; Erastus Huntington and Nabby Hyde, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Foster and Rebecca Darmar, 
his wife; Simon Huntington and Zipporah Lathrop, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lathrop and Lucy Tracy 
LefRngwell, his wife. 

See No. 11333. 

Jonathan Foster was lieutenant in Col. Samuel Johnson's 
regiment of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He com- 
manded a company, 1776, and, 1778, served in Rhode Island 
in Col. Nathaniel Wade's 'regiment. He was born at West 
Boxford, 1727, and died there, 1813. 

iss Mary Elizabeth Laurence. 11731 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Henry Cortelyou and of Abraham Voor- 
hees, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Daniel Laurence and Mary Frances Cortelyou, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Cortelyou and Elizabeth Voorhees, his 
wife. 

Cr.-granddaughter of Abraham Voorhees and Bridget Spader, his 
wife; Henry Cortelyou and Elizabeth Stulz, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Voorhees and Maria Van 
Doren, his wife. 

Abraham Voorhees was a soldier in Capt. Jacob Ten Eyck's 
company of militia and also served in the Continental Line. 
He was born at Neshanic, N. J., 1730, and died at Reading, 
Ohio, 1812. 

Henry Cortelyou served as a minute man from Somerset 
county. He was born at New Brunswick, 1760, and died at 
Reading, Ohio, 1825. 

ss Edna Kinsey- 11732 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow, of New Jersey; 



278 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lieut. Samuel Kinsey, Jonathan Ingham and Capt. James 
Montgomery, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of George Kinsey and Martha J. Humphreys, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Bogardus Kinsey and Amogen Slater, 
his wife; Joseph Bloomfield Humphreys and Martha Ludlow Pend- 
ery, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ingham Kinsey and Maria Brower, his wife; 
Alexander Pendery and Mary Ludlow, his wife; Isaac Humphreys 
and Elizabeth Montgomery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Charles Kinsey and Deborah Whealy, 
his wife; John Ludlow and Susan Dumont, his wife; James Mont- 
gomery and Margaret Bowes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Kinsey and Sarah Ingham, his 
wife; Cornelius Ludlow and Catherine Cooper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Ingham and Deborah 
Bye, his wife. 

See No. 11277. 

James Montgomery, who was born in Ireland, commanded 
the "Ranger" in the defense of the Delaware; was at Fort 
Mifflin, at Red Bank and resigned, 1776, to serve in the Con- 
tinental army under Col. Arthur St. Clair. In 1779 he re- 
entered the navy as captain of the "General Greene,' and 
captured many prizes. He was an original member of the 
Cincinnati. He died at Philadelphia, 1810. 

Also No. 3067. 

Jonathan Ingham served in the Buck's County Associa- 
tors, 1775, in Capt. John Coryell's company. He died at 
New Hope, 1799. 

Samuel Kinsey (1734-93), served in the Maryland Line. 

Mrs. Sarah Hurin Fay. iiyjj 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles S. Fay. 

Descendant of Col. Cornelius Ludlow and of Daniel Hal- 
sey, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of James Kemper Hurin and Cynthia A. Halsey, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ichabod Halsey and Sarah W. Smith, his wife; 
Silas Hurin and Agnes Ludlow, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Halsey and Abigail Williams, his 
wife; John Ludlow and Susan Ludlow, his wife. 

See No. 11277. 

Daniel Halsey served as an Essex county minute man. 

Also No. 7313. 



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/liss Eleanor Park Vance. 11734 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Judge John McDowell, John Park and Ens. 
William Johnston, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Park Vance and Eleanor Robinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas James Robinson and Sarah Stewart 
Johnston, his wife; Henry Vance and Isabella Park, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Johnston and Eleanor Duncan, his wife; 
John Park and Sarah McDowell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Johnston and Elizabeth Duncan, 
his wife; John McDowell and Agnes Bradford, his wife. 

William Johnston, who was born in England, served at 
Long Island, Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine, Germantown, 
Valley Forge and Monmouth. He died from the results of 

the hardships endured, 1789, aged forty-five. 

Also No. 7578. 

John Park served from York county as a scout. 

John McDowell, who was born in Ireland, served as justice 
of Washington county, and, 1783, was one of the council 
of censors. He died, 1809, aged seventy-three. 

Ars. Helen Pabodie Conant. 1173^ 

Born in Ohio. 
Widow of Frank A. Conant. 

Descendant of Capt. Edward Seagrave, Lieut. Simeon 
Wheelock, Sergt. Jacob Taft and Sergt. Abner Plimpton, all 

of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William H. Pabodie and Maria M. Plimpton, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Silas Wheelock Plimpton and Lois Taft Sea- 
grave, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Seagrave and Lois Taft, his wife; 
Abner Plimpton, Jr., and Hannah Wheelock, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Seagrave and Lois White, his 
wife; Jacob Taft and Mary Taft, his wife; Simeon Wheelock and 
Deborah Thayer, his wife; Abner Plimpton and Esther Mann, his 
wife. 

Edward Seagrave, who was born in England, entered the 
army as lieutenant and commanded the Uxbridge company 
at Long Island, where they fought with great bravery. He 
subsequently served in the Continental infantry. He died 
at Uxbridge, 1806, aged eighty-four. 



28o DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

■ _ I ■ __ - ^ 

Simeon Wheelock (1741-86), was a member of the first 
Safety Committee of Uxbridge. He served as lieutenant of 
minute men at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Josiah Chapin's 
company. He died near Springfield from effects of injuries 
received in Shay's rebellion. The house he built at Ux- 
bridge is still standing. 

Abner Plimpton was a minute man during the war. He 
was born at Medfield, 1743, and died at Wardsboro, Vt., 1787. 

Jacob Taft (1751-1823), served as a minute man at the 
Lexington Alarm and as sergeant at the siege of Boston. 

Also Nos. 7307, 8030. 

MRS. HANNAH FOLLETT CLARK. ii7:}6 

Born in Vermont. 

Widow of Strong Clark. 

Descendant of Martin Dewey Follett, Eliphalet Follett, 
Judge John Fassett, Jr., Capt. John Fassett and Deacon Jo- 
seph Safiford, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Martin Dewey Follett and Persis Fassett, .his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eliphalet Follett and Elizabeth Dewey, his wife; 
Capt. John Fassett, Jr., and Hannah Safiford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Fassett and Hannah Wolley, his wife; 
Joseph Safiford and Ann Bottom, his wife. 

Martin Dewey Follett served as a private in the Vermont 
militia under Colonels Herrick and Walbridge. He died at 
St. Albans, 1831, aged sixty-six. 

Eliphalet Follett (1741-78), was a defender of the Wyom- 
ing Valley and fell at the massacre. 

John Fassett, Jr. (1743-1803), entered the army as lieuten- 
ant and was quartermaster and hospital commissary. He 
was appointed Judge of the Superior Court of Vermont, 1778. 

John Fassett (1720-94), served in the General Assembly. 

Joseph Safiford was a member from Bennington to the 
convention at Windsor, 1777, which established a form of 
government. His son Joseph served as lieutenant. 

Also No. 6381. 

Miss Gertrude E. Heitshu. 11737 

Born in California. 
Descendant of Lieut. Philip Rupert, of Pennsylvania. 



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Daughter of Samuel Heitshu and Annie V. Lunt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Heitshu and Elisabeth Weitzel, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Philip Heitshu and Catherine Rupert, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Rupert and Catherine Rosch, his 
wife. 

Philip Rupert, who was born in Germany, and had served 
in Canada under the British, became a zealous patriot. He 
was with Washington in the Jersey campaign, and was 
wounded at Brandywine. He died at Catawissa, 1829, aged 
ninety-one. 

Miss Alice Harriet Heitshu. 11738 

Born in California. 

Descendant of Lieut. Philip Rupert. 

Daughter of Samuel Heitshu and Annie V. Lunt, his wife. 

See No. 11737. 

Mrs- Mary Ross Hummel. 11739 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Valentine Hummel. 

Descendant of Jacob Haldeman, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Andrew Ross and Ella Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert James Ross and Mary Ewing Haldeman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Miller Haldeman and Eliza Ewing 
Jacobs, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Haldeman and Maria Breneman, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Haldeman and Maria Miller, 
his wife. 

Jacob Haldeman, who was born in Switzerland, was a mem- 
ber of the Lancaster county Committee of Safety, 1775. He 
died in Rapho Township, 1783, aged sixty-one. 

Mrs. Ellen Miles Marshall Young. 11740 

Born in New York. 

Wife of George Bright Young. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Hart, Jr., Col. Thomas Mar- 
shall, Capt. HumpHrey Marshall, of Virginia; Col. David 
Jameson, of Pennsylvania. 



282 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Maj. James M. Marshall, U. S. A., and Catherine 
Jameson Fisher, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Col. Thomas Alexander Marshall and Ellen 
Isabel Miles, his wife; Hon. Robert Strettle Jones Fisher and 
Catherine Jameson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Judge Thomas Alexander Marshall, A. B., 
LL. D., and Eliza Price, his wife; Horatio Gates Jameson and 
Catherine Shevell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Humphrey Marshall and Anna Maria 
Marshall (cousin), his wife; Samuel Price and Susannah Hart, his 
wife; David Jameson and Elizabeth Davis, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Marshall and Mary Ran- 
dolph Keith, his wife; Thomas Hart, Jr., and Susanna Gray, his wife. 

See No. 11517. 

Humphrey Marshall, 1777, served as a cadet in the State 
artillery, and, 1778-81, commanded a company. 

Also Nos. 5688, 7783. 

Thomas Hart, Jr., and his brothers were given a large 
tract of land of what is now Hart county, Ky., for their ser- 
vice in the Revolution. He died at Lexington, 1808. 
Also Nos. 7472, 9399, 10014. 

David Jameson, who was born in Scotland, was colonel of 
, the York county Associators, 1775. He died at Shippens- 
burg, 1799, aged eighty-four. 

Also Nos. 3559, 4841. 

Mrs. Isabella Bloomfield Cresson. 11741 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Caleb Cresson. 

Descendant of Col. Jacob Morgan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Samuel W. Gumbes and Frances S. D. Macomb, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Gumbes and Rebecca Wetherill, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Wetherill and Rachel Price, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Price and Rebecca Morgan, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Morgan and Rachel Piersol, his 
wife. 

Jacob Morgan, who was born in Wales, was a delegate to 
the Provincial Conference and Convention, 1775-6. He 
served as colonel of Berks county Associators and as a mem- 
ber of the Supreme Executive Council. He was the founder 
of Morgantown, where he died, 1792, aged seventy-six. 

Also Nos. 1 107, 2101, 7605, 8258, 10226. 



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Miss Louise Hortense Snowden. 11742 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Hon. Isaac Snowden, Ens. James Engle, Dr. 
William Hooker Smith and Dr. Lemuel Gustine, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Daughter of James Ross Snowden and Susan Engle Patterson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Randolph Snowden and Sarah Gus- 
tine, his wife; Robert Patterson and Sarah Ann Engle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Snowden and Mary Cox, his wife; 
James Engle and Margaret Adams, his wife; Lemuel Gustine and 
Susannah Smith, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Hooker Smith and Sarah Brown, 
his wife. 

James Engle (1757-1821), enlisted at eighteen in Capt. Sam- 
uel Watson's company, served in the Canadian campaign and 
at Ticonderoga. He was promoted ensign, 1776, and was at 
Germantown and Valley Forge. 

Also No. 3427. 

Isaac Snowden (1732-1809), served as quartermaster, and, 
1777-9, was commissioner to sign Continental currency. 
Several of these notes are still in existence. He was treas- 
urer of the city and county of Philadelphia, 1780-82. 

Lemuel Gustine (1749-1807), was surgeon at Forty-Fort, 
1778. He and his family escaped from the Wyoming mas- 
sacre. He located and died at Carlisle. 

William Hooker Smith (1725-1815), served as captain of 
Westmoreland county militia, and was surgeon of the gar- 
rison at Wyoming. 

Also Nos. 9497, 10237. 

Miss Adeline Savitz Tryon. 11743 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Christian Kunckle, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Edward Kunckle Tryon and Adeline Catherine Sa- 
vitz, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Washington Tryon and Maria Chris- 
tiann Kunckle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Christian Kunckle and Anna Catherine Ha- 
gen, his wife. 

Christian Kunckle, who was born in Germany, served as 



284 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

an "Associator," and in the "City Guard" of Philadelphia. 
He and his brother John were at Valley Forge. He died at 
Philadelphia, 181 3, aged sixty-seven. 
Also No. 8616. 

Miss Mary Edith Childs. 11744 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Timothy Childs, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Bingham Childs and Margaret Brown, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Bingham Childs and Anne Wiltse, his 
wifcw 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Childs and Amy Parish, his wife. 

Timothy Childs, 1777, enlisted in Capt. Josiah Childs' com- 
pany and was at Germantown and Valley Forge. He was 
born at Thompson, 1760, and died at Thompson, N. Y., 1825. 

Also Nos. 7550, 10143. 

Mrs. Gertrude Secor Engle. 11745' 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Louis Engle. 

Descendant of Moses Dolph, of New York. 
Daughter of Allen Secor and Eliza Dolph, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Alexander Dolph and Susanna London, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Moses Dolph and Anna McArthur, his wife. 
See No. 11295. 

Miss Ethel Roberts Weidman. 11746 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Weidman, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Grant Weidman and M. Elizabeth Henry, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Weidman and Emma R. Grant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob B. Weidman and Mary E. Murray, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Weidman and Catharine Mason, 
his wife. 

John Weidman (1756-1830), enlisted from Lancaster coun- 
ty as ensign in the German regiment, served in the New 
York campaign, 1776, was at Trenton, Princeton, German- 
town, Monmouth and 1781 was mustered out as lieutenant. 
He was taken prisoner and confined on the prison ship in 
New York harbor. He was an original member of the State 
Society of the Cincinnati. 

Also No. 1937. 



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Miss Sarah Hammond. 11747 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Hammond, of Pennsylvania . 

Daughter of David S. Hammond and Emily Bishop, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Hanna Hammond and Eliza Clark, his 
wife. 

Cr.-granddaughter of David Hammond and Jane Hanna, his wife. 

David Hammond (1747-1801), enlisted as sergeant, 1775, 
was promoted to lieutenant, 1778, and served to the surren- 
der of Yorktown. He fought in many battles and was 
wounded in Wayne's attack on the Block House at Bergen 
Point. 1780. His certificate as an original member of the 
Cincinnati is now in the possession of this descendant. He 
was born and died in Northumberland county. 

Also Nos. 8864, 9831. 

Miss Adeline Elder Guilford. 11748 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Ens. Simeon Guilford, of Massachusetts; 
Lieut. Andrew Rogers, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William Moore Guilford and Ann Mary Elder, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Simeon Guilford and Catharine E. Doll, his wife; 
John Elder and Jane Henderson Ritchie, his wife. 

iGr.-granddaughter of Simeon Guilford and Ruhamah Hayden, his 
wife; David Ritchie and Margaret Rogers, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Rogers and Jane Henderson, 
his wife.. 

Simeon Guilford, 1776, volunteered under Capt. Jonathan 
Allen, 1777, enlisted for the war and was ensign when honor- 
ably discharged. He was a pensioner when he died at Pitts- 
field, 1844, aged ninety-three. 

Andrew Rogers (1746-82), served with the Lancaster 
county Associators and in the Continental Line during the 
war. He died at Hanover. 

Also Nos. 4745, 10645. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bostwick Mullins. 11749 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William James Mullins. 
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Benjamin Birdsall, of New York. 



286 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION". 

Daughter of Hiram W. Bostwick and Mary Louise Johnson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas A. Johnson and Polly H. Birdsall, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maurice Birdsall and Anne Pixley, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Birdsall and Elizabeth Aiken, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Birdsall, 1775, served as captain and major in 
the Fifth Dutchess county militia and as lieutenant colonel 
of "Levies," under Col. Morris Graham. He was born at 
Quaker Hill, 1743, and died in Chenango county, 1828. 

Also Nos. 144, 8549, 9816. 

Miss Louise Helen Bostwick. ii75'o 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Benjamin Birdsall. 
Daughter of Hiram W. Bostwick and Mary Louise Johnson, his 
wife. 
See No. 11749. 

Mrs. Anna Mae Goff Smith. iiyp 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Sion B. Smith. 

Descendant of Oliver Cromwell, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Milton Browning Goflf and Emily Virginia Locke, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Oakley Locke and Mary Stewart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Locke and Amelia Hands, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Locke and Sarah Cromwell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Oliver Cromwell and Anna Maria 
Giles, his wife. 

Oliver Cromwell, who was born in England, was a mem- 
ber of the "Committee of Observation" of Baltimore, 1775. 
He recruited troops, joined the Flying Camp and was at the 
battles of White Plains and Trenton. 

Mrs. Courtenay Hamilton Baker. ii75'2 

Born in Washington, D. C. 
Wife of Jesse M. Baker. 



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Descendant of Matthew Brooke, Maj. William Brooke and 
Capt. Elijah Weed, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Thomas Kittera Wallace and Helen Virginia Stone, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Kittera Wallace and Mary Mitchell 
Weed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of George Weed and Elizabeth Brooke, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Brooke and Margaret Moore, 
his wife; Elijah Weed and Mary Mitchell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Brooke and Sarah Reese, 
his wife. 

Matthew Brooke (1719-1806), was a member of the Pro- 
vincial Conference held at Carpenter's Hall, 1776. 

William Brooke (1746-1829), entered the militia as captain, 
1777, and was promoted major. He served as commissioner 
of the county of Chester to seize the effects of traitors. 

Elijah Weed who was born in England, commanded a 
company in various regiments. He served as military store- 
keeper, 1778, under Col. Thomas Bradford. 

Also Nos. 1343, 4060. 

Mrs. Viola Marston Jack. nyijj 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of L. Foster Jack. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Marston, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Seaton Ogden Marston and Josephine Keyes, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lieut. Col. Ward Marston and Marian Vinal 
Von Webber, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Marston and Anna Randall, his wife. 

John Marston was lieutenant of artillery at Bunker Hill. 
He servefl as secretary to Gen. Solomon Lovell in the Pe- 
nobscot expedition, 1779. He was born at Boston, 1756, and 
died at Taunton, 1846. 

Also Nos. 763, 929. 

Mrs, Clara Weidner Longaker. ii75'4 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of David Allabough Longaker. 
Descendant of Ens. John Norton, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Charles A. Weidner and Helen E. Safford, his wife. 



288 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION". 

Granddaughter of Henry Safford and Lydia Landon Norton, his 
wife. 

/Gr.-granddaughter of John Norton and Lucretia Bell, his wife. 

John Norton was present at the execution of Andre, Octo- 
ber 2, 1780, and served in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment at 
West Point, 1781. He was born at Goshen, 1758, and died 
at Bennington, Vt., 1828. 

Also Nos. 3833, 6754. 

Mrs. Ellen Louise Humphrey Robertson. 117^5' 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Andrew Douglas Robertson. 

Descendant of Dr. Obadiah Williams, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Rev. William Hoit Humphrey and Emma Catherine 
Getchell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nehemiah Getchell, Jr., and Philomila Williams, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Obadiah Williams and Mary Clifford, his 
wife. 

Obadiah Williams served as surgeon's mate and surgeon 
during the Revolution. He was with Col. John Stark's regi- 
ment at Bunker Hill. He was born at Epping, N. H., 1752, 

and died at Waterville, Maine, 1799. 
Also No. 7197. 

Mrs. Mary Beaver Strassburger. 11756 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Jacob Andrew Strassburger. 

Descendant of John Sallade, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Ephraim Kerr Beaver and Lucy A. Sallade, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Sallade and Elizabeth Stein, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Sallade and Elizabeth Sallade, his wife. 

John Sallade (1755-1842), joined the Bedminster company 
with his two brothers, 1775. Upon his tomb is inscribed "A 
brave participant in the war for the freedom of the states." 

Mrs. Mary Craige Wood. ii75'7 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Thomas Dewees Wood. 

Descendant of Gen. Andrew Porter and of Capt. John 
Brooke of Pennsylvania ; Lieut. John Craig, of New Jersey. 



IvINEAG^ BOOK. 289 



Daughter of John Lindsay Craige and Elizabeth Brooke Heberton, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Alexander Heberton and Elizabeth Parker 
Brooke, his wife. 

Or.-granddaughter of Robert Brooke and Charlotte Porter, his 
wife; George Heberton and Mary Lord Craig, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Porter and Elizabeth Parker, 
his second wife; John Brooke and Elizabeth May, his wife; John 
Craig and Jane Robinson, his wife. 

See No. 11268. 

John Craig (1733-1821), who was born in Scotland, served 
with the Monmouth Associators. He lived upon a farm 
where the battle of Monmouth was fought, and his home was 
turned into a hospital. He died at Freehold. 

John Brooke (1740-1813), commanded a company of militia 
and 1777, was commissioner to collect clothing for the army. 

Also Nos. 5528, 10774. 

Miss Sara McIlvaine Seely. ii75'8 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Lieut. George McIlvaine, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Blanchard Seely and Sarah J. McIlvaine, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of George Duffield McIlvaine and Sarah Stauffer, 
his wife^ 

Gr. -granddaughter of Robert McIlvaine and Sarah Slemons, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George McIlvaine and Jane Hamilton, 
his wife. 

George McIlvaine 1775, was lieutenant of a company of 
Foot of Lancaster Associators. He was born in Lancaster 
county, 1742, where he died, 1807. 

Also Nos. 830, 7091. 

Mrs. Evaline Hutchins Johnson. 117^9 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Rev. George Johnson. 

Descendant of Capt. Amos Morris, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Morris Aurelius Hutchins and Evalina Campbell, his 

wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Hutchins and Jerusha Bradley, his 

wife. 
(:9) 



290 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Asa Bradley and Amy Morris, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Amos Morris and Lydia Camp, his wife. 

Amos Morris was a patriot who was taken from his bed 
at midnight by the Tories, confined in a prison ship and with 
him was his son Amos. His home was burned, salt and cider 
buildings destroyed. He was born at Morris Point, East 
Haven, and died there, 1801. 

Also Nos. 7474, 9586. 

Mrs. Ida Carnaghan Nevin, 11760 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. William Cowan, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James L. Carnaghan and Rachel McLane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McLane and Rachel Cowan, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cowan and Mary Hubbard, his 
(second) wife. 

William Cowan enlisted, 1775, and served over a year as 
captain of Associators. He was a pensioner when he died in 
Westmoreland county, 1838, aged eighty-nine. 

Also Nos. 1361, 4661. 

Mrs. Ada Robinson Gillespie. 11761 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of William K. Gillespie. 

Descendant of Eleazer Robinson, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Dr. Frederick Converse Robinson and Susan West 
Hollingsworth, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Robinson, Jr., and Experience Downer, 
his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Eleazer Robinson, who served at 
Ticonderoga, 1777, in Col. Jonathan Chase's regiment. He 
died in Saratoga county, N. Y., 1822, aged eighty-six. 

Mrs. Anna M. Spangler Speakman. 11762 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Franklin Baily Speakman. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Patterson and of John 

Spangler of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William A. Spangler and Rebecca J. Patterson, his 
wife. 



IJNEAGE BOOK. 291 



•Granddaughter of Samuel Patterson, Jr., and Mary Ann Mcjim- 
sey, his wife; John Spangler, Jr., and Nancy Barr, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Patterson and Martha Agnew, his 
wife; John Spangler and Margaret Beard, his wife. 

John Spangler (1747-96), served on the Committee of 
Safety of York county, and also in the militia. 

Samuel Patterson (1727-1820), was a member of the Lan- 
caster county Committee of Safety, 1775. He served under 
Col. Thomas Porter, and was at the battle of Princeton. 

Mrs, Elizabeth Wood Palmer. 1176^ 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of Charles Rees Palmer, M. D. 

Descendant of Col. Isaac Taylor, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Henry Clay Wood, M. D., and Hannah Hoopes 
Haines, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Haines and Margaret 
Hoopes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Hoopes and Hannah Pierce, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Pierce and Sarah Taylor, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Taylor and Hannah Arnold, his 
wife. 

Isaac Taylor (1735-1813), fought at the battle of Brandy- 
wine and was subsequently appointed lieutenant colonel of 
Chester county militia in which he served through the war. 

Mrs. Frances Lloyd Marshall. 11764 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of William Pusey Marshall. 

Descendant of Col. Hugh Lloyd, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of James Andrews and Hannah Lloyd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Lloyd and Frances Paschall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Lloyd and Susannah Pearson, his wife. 

Hugh Lloyd was a member of various Committees of Ob- 
servation and a delegate to the Provincial conventions, 1774- 
76. He served as colonel of Chester county Associators. He 
died in Philadelphia county, 1832, aged ninety. 

Also Nos. 4275, 10224. 

Mrs. Mary Davis Erben. 11765' 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Peter C. Erben. 



292 DAUGHTERS OF THE: AME^RICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Dr. John Davis, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Enoch Davis and Ann Siter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Davis and Ann Evans, his wife. _ 

John Davis was surgeon of Col. Samuel Miles' regiment 
when taken prisoner at Long Island. He was soon ex- 
changed and served until 1779. He died in Chester county, 

1816, aged seventy-one. ' ^^ 

Also No. 5527. 

Mrs. Margaret Crandal Leitch. 11766 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Lieut. J. D. Leitch, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Capt. David Olmstead, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Maj. Frederick Mortimer Crandal and Mary Pieffer, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Edward Crandal and Mary Electra Bos- 
worth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Salmon Bosworth and Sarah Olmstead, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Olmstead and Sarah Waller, his 
wife. 

See No. 11767. 

Miss Essy Hopkins. 11767 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. David Olmstead, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rev. George Payne Hopkins and Sarah Waller Bost- 
wick, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dimon Bostwick and Lois Olmstead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Olmstead and Sarah Waller, his wife. 

David Olmstead, 1775, enlisted as corporal; 1776, was ser- 
geant in Capt. Noble Benedict's company; 1778, commanded 
a company in Col. Roger Enos' regiment and served to the 
close of the war. He was born at Ridgefield, Conn., 1748, 
and died in Susquehanna county. Pa., 1829. 

Also No. 7539., 

Miss Julia Eliza Hopkins. 11768 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. David Olmstead. 

Daughter of Rev. George Payne Hopkins and Sarah Waller Bost- 
wick, his wife. 
See No. 11767. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 293 



Miss Alice Caroline Rhodes. 11769 

Born in Rhode Islands 

Descendant of Peter Rhodes, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Elisha Hunt Rhodes and Caroline P. Hunt, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha H. Rhodes and Eliza A. Chase, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of James P. Rhodes and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Rhodes and Esther Arnold, his wife. 

Peter Rhodes was an officer on the "Pigot Galley" for the 
defense of Narraganset Bay. He subsequently served with 
the Pawtuxet Rangers. He was born at Warwick, 1741, 
where he died, 1823. 

Mrs. Mary Eliza Ward Arnold. 11770 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Widow of George Jay Arnold. 

Descendant of Gov. Samuel Ward, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of William Daniel Brayton and Anna Ward Clarke, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of Ray Clarke and Celia Greene, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ethan Clarke and Anna Ward, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Ward and Anne Ray, his wife. 
See No. 1 1 134. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Irons Russell. 11771 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Widow of Albert G. Russell. 

Descendant of Col. Benjamin Tallman, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Sayles Irons and Charlotte Tallman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Tallman, Jr., and Elizabeth Smith, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tallman and Rhoda Church, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Tallman, 1776, commanded the First Regiment. 
He built for the government the ships "Warren," "Provi- 
dence" and "Confederacy." He was a pensioner when he 
died at Providence, 1836, aged ninety-five. 

Aso Nos. 1679, 2143, 9977. w 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Stone Bellows. 11772 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of John J. Bellows. 
Descendant of Lieut. Jeremiah Stone, of Rhode Island. 



294 DAUGHTKRS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

• 

Daughter of Horatio A. Stone and Elizabeth Almy, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan K. Stone and Cilda Matteson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Stone and Rachel Knight, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Stone and Dinah Knight, his 
wife. 

Jeremiah Stone enlisted from Scituate and served over 

three years in Col. John Topham's regiment. He died at 

Scituate, 1825, aged eighty. 

Mrs. Carrie Elizabeth Drown Davol. 11773 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Charles Stephen Davol. 

Descendant of Jonathan J. Drown, of Rhode Island. 
Daughter of Benjamin Drown, Jr., and Mary W. Bowen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Drown and Eliza Champlin, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan J. Drown and Hannah Barnes, his 
wife. 

Jonathan J. Drown enlisted, 1776, at sixteen, in Capt. 
Thomas Allen's company, Col. Archibald Crary's regiment. 
He was born at Warren, 1760, and died at Barrington, 1842. 

Mrs. Louisa Jane Shaw. 11774 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Wife of Arnold D. Shaw. 

Descendant of Stephen Thornton, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Daniel Wilkinson and Nancy Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Christopher Wilkinson and Anne Thornton, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Thornton and Lydia Waterman, his 
wife. 

Stephen Thornton (1744-1836), was a private in Capt. Ben- 

ajah Whipple's company, 1778, but illness contracted in camp 

debarred him from further service. The house he built at 

Johnston during the war is still standing and occupied by 

his descendants. 

Mrs. Sarah T. Bucklin Mann. 11775' 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Augustine Alvan Mann.' 
Descendant of Capt. John Bucklin, of Rhode Island. 



i:,ineag:E book. 295 



Daughter of Virgil Bennett Bucklin and Ruth Thomas, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Bucklin and Hannah Bennett, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of John Bucklin and Jemima Peck, his wife. 
John Bucklin (1732-90), served as a minute man from 
Rehoboth and turned out at various alarms during the war. 
Also Nos. 1530, 5620. 

Miss Anna Frances Holden. 11776 

Born in Rhode Island. 

Descendant of Gen. Thomas Holden, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of William L. Holden and Sarah Stafford Greene, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Holden and Phebe Nichols, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Holden and Freelove Barton, his 
wife. 

Thomas Holden (1741-1823), was for several sessions 

deputy of Warwick to the General Court. He was captain 

of the army of observation, 1775, and at the close of the 

war brigadier general of Kent county militia. 

Mrs. Annie B. Hayden Smith. 11777 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Algernon S. Smith. 

Descendant of Levi Hayden and of Jabez Haskell, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Augustin H. Hayden and Charlotte E. Kinloch, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Levi Hayden, Jr., and Wealthy Haskell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Hayden and Margaret Strong, his wife; 
Jabez Haskell and Elizabeth Bissell, his wife. 

Levi Hayden (1747-1812), served as a trooper in Capt. John 
Skinner's company, Sheldon's Light Horse 

Jabez Haskell (1746-1816), was a private and nurse to the 
sick soldiers on the retreat from New York. He was left 
behind, but finally escaped. 

Also Nos. 517, 7065. 

Mrs. Augusta Slvims Roach. 11778 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Edward Roach. 
Descendant of Thomas Singleton, of South Carolina. 



296 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of William Gilmore Simms, LL. D., and Anna Malcolm 
Giles, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Gilmore Simms and Harriet Augusta 
Singleton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John Singleton and Gates, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Singleton and — Black, his wife. 

Thomas Singleton, who was born in England, was a de- 
fender of Charleston during the siege. 

Also No. 9867. 

Mrs. Mary Teague West. 11779 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of Charles Cobia West. 

Descendant of Maj. William Dunlap, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Dr. Thomas T. Teague and Harriet Amelia Black, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ewell Black and Nancy Dunlap, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Dunlap and Margaret Hunter, his 
wife. 

William Dunlap (1765-1838), was in the Block House at 
Edgehill under Col. Joseph Hays, 1781, when the Bloody 
Scout, William Cunningham set it on fire, and after the sur- 
render but few escaped the massacre. 

Mrs. Ellen Smith Youngblood. 11780 

Born in South Carolina. 
Wife of Erasmus Hugh Youngblood. 

Descendant of Capt. Arthur Simkins, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Jacob Smith and Matilda Youngblood, his wife. 
Cranddaughter of Luke Smith and Elizabeth Lamar, his wife; 
George Youngblood and Nancy Simkins, his wife. 
See No. 11351. 

Miss Matilda Smith Youngblood. 11781 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Capt. Arthur Simkins, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Erasmus Youngblood and Caroline Mayson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of George Youngblood and Nancy Simkins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Arthur Simkins and Margaret Smith, his 
wife. 

See No. 11351. 



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Mrs. Mary Eliza Walker. 11782 

Born in South Carolina. 

Wife of George D. Walker. 

Descendant of Col. Richard Tutt and of Capt. Arthur Sim- 
kins, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of Edward Menis and Emmeline Addison, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Matthew Menis and Elizabeth Perrin Tutt, his 
wife; Allen Addison and Patience Youngblood, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Tutt and Elizabeth Perrin, his wife; 
George Youngblood and Nanncy Simkins, his wife. 

See No. 11351. 

Richard Tutt, who was born in Virginia, commanded a 
company in the South Carolina Line, Continental Establish- 
ment. He died at Edgefield, 1807, aged fifty-eight. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Carwile. 11783 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Watson, of South Carolina. 

Daughter of William Edward Carwile and Chloe Watson, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Stanmore Watson and Elizabeth Hutchinson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Watson and Chloe Wimberly, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Michael Watson and Watson 

(cousin) his wife. 

Michael Watson, who was born in Virginia, commanded a 

company in South Carolina during the Revolution. He was 

a prominent Whig, and mortally wounded in a conflict with 

the Tories in Orangeburg county, 1782. 

Miss Mary Julia Carwile. 11784 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Zachariah Carwile. 

Daughter of Thomas Wilson Carwile and Mary Eliza McClintock, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Zachariah Williams Carwile and Mary Ann 
Griffin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Schuyler Carwile and Elizabeth Wil- 
liams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Zachariah Carwile and Mary McMahan, 
his wife. 

Zachariah Carwile (1750-1841), served as a soldier in the 
CaroHnas and was at the battle of King's Mountain. 



298 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION-. 

Miss Mary King Watson. 1178^ 

Born in South Carolina. 

Descendant of Capt. Michael Watson, of South Carolina. 
Daughter of Michael Wimberly Watson and Mary Matthews King, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elijah Watson and Elizabeth Briggs, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Watson and Chloe Wimberly, his wife. 
See No. 11783. 

Mrs. Virginia Barclay Moody, 11786 

Born in Illinois. 
Widow of Dr. George W. Moody. 

Descendant of John Chapman, of New Hampshire ; Sergt. 
Eleazer Mather, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Lucian T. Barclay and Elvira D. Mather, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William T. Mather and Sarah Chapman, his wife. 
See No. 11326. 

Miss Mary Bradley Hubbard. 11787 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Lieut. Bartholomew Van Valken Burgh, of 

New York. 

Daughter of George Boardman Hubbard and Jane Beardsley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. William Beardsley and Bethiah Van Val- 
ken Burgh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Bartholomew Van Valken Burgh and Cath- 
erine Pruyn, his wife. 

Bartholomew Van Valken Burgh enlisted as a private when 
war was declared and was promoted lieutenant in Col. Goose 
Van Schaick's regiment, 1780. He was given a grant of land 
at Auburn, where he died, 1831, aged seventy-eight. 

Miss Irene Hebe Holbrook. 11788 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Daniel Holbrook and Capt. Daniel Hol- 
brook, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Josiah Holbrook and Laura Mason, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alfred Holbrook and Melissa Pierson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Holbrook and I^ucy Swift, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Holbrook, Jr., and Anne Hitch- 
cock, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Holbrook and Eliza Riggs, 
his wife. 
Daniel Holbrook served on the Derby Committees. 

Daniel Holbrook, Jr., gave important civil and military 
service during the Revolution. He was born at Derby, 1747, 
where he died, 1813. 

Also Nos. 9538, 10891. 

Miss Ida M. Ross. 11789 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Robert Ross, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of George W. Ross and Elizabeth Laird, his wife. 
Granddaughter of James Ross and Mary Slover, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Ross and Lucy Arnold, his wife. 
Robert Ross served as a soldier in the Pennsylvania Line 
and survived to receive a pension in Tennessee. 
Also No. 8180. 

Miss Sarah Ella Hunt. 11790 

Born in Tennessee. 

Descendant of Capt. James Gaines, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. William Hunt and Sarah Gaines O'Brien, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James O'Brien and Susan Dabney Everett, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Everett and Agnes Gaines, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Gaines and Elizabeth Strother, his 
wife. 

James Gaines was captain of a company of volunteers at 
the battle of Guilford Court House and served in the artillery 
under Gen. Nathaniel Greene at Eutaw Springs. A letter 
from Gen. Greene after the battle of Eutaw, to the Presi- 
dent of Congress, says : "He commanded the three pounders 
with the front line and did great execution, until his pieces 
were dismounted." He was born in Culpeper county, Vir- 
ginia, 1742 ; died at Kingsport, Tennessee, 1830. 

Also Nos. 1399, 6327. 

Mrs. Alice Hunt Lynn. 11791 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Hugh Walker Lynn. 
Descendant of Capt. James Gaines. 



300 DAUGHTERS Ot THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION'. 

Daughter of Dr. Williams Hunt and Sarah Gaines O'Brien, his 
wife. 
See No. 11790. 

Mrs. Bettie Martin Thomas. 11792 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Hon. Atha Thomas. 

Descendant of Matthew Martin, Betty Martin and Sally- 
Clay Martin, of Tennessee. 

Daughter of Washington Whitaker and Lettie Martin Moseley, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of E. A. Moseley and Betty Martin, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Martin and Sallie Clay, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Martin and Bettie Marshall, his 
wife; Dr. Henry Clay and Rachel Povall, his wife. 

Matthew Martin was the youngest of eight brothers who 
served in the Revolution. He was a private in the company 
of infantry commanded by his brother George. His eldest 
brother William was captain of artillery at Augusta, where he 
was killed. Barclay, John, Edmund, James and Marshall 
were all officers and survived the war. He was born in Vir- 
ginia and was a pensioner when he died in Bedford county, 
1846, aged eighty-four. The patriot mother of these sons 
was a heroine of the Revolution. 

Sally Clay Martin carried important dispatches by night in 
1 78 1 to Gen. Nathaniel Greene. These documents were 
taken by her sisters, armed as soldiers, from British couriers 
enroute to the beleaguered Fort Ninety-Six. 

Mrs. Ella Baldwin Dame. 11793 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Melvin LeRoy Dame. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Waugh, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William H. Baldwin and Isabella Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Mark Baldwin and Sophronia Waugh, his wife. 

iGr.-granddaughter of Samuel Waugh and Elizabeth Goodwin, his 
wife. 

Samuel Waugh, 1775, enlisted at the age of seventeen and 
served through the war. He was at White Plains, Ger- 
mantown. Valley Forge, Stony Point and guard at the exe- 
cution of Andre. He was a pensioner when he died at Mor- 
ris, 1838, aged eighty. 



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Mrs. Mary E. Smedley. 11794 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
'Wife of James S. Smedley. 
Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Waugh. 
Daughter of Mark Baldwin and Sophronia Waugh, his wife. 
See No. 11793. 

Mrs. Annie Dudley Davis. 11795 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Edwin Augustine Davis. 

Descendant of Hon. John Dudley, Jonathan Bean and Na- 
than Bean, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Franklin Dudley and Olive Bean, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Dudley and Nancy Glidden, his wife; Na- 
than Bean and Elizabeth Towle, his second wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Bean and Mary Leavitt, his wife. 

See No. 11558. 

Jonathan Bean signed the Association Test and served in 
the ranks, as did his sons, Phineas and Nathan. 

Nathan Bean enlisted as a soldier and was at Bennington. 
He was born at Candia, 1758, where he died, 1827. 

Mrs. Louise Dudley Davis Brooks. 11796 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Harlow Brooks. 

Descendant of Hon. John Dudley, Jonathan Bean and 
Nathan Bean. 
Daughter of Edwin Augustine Davis and Annie Dudley, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Franklin Dudley and Olive Bean, his wife. 
See Nos. 11558, ii795. 

Mrs. Rochie Brien Buell. 11797 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Gen. George P. Buell, U. S. A. 

Descendant of Maj. William Cunningham, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Smith Brien and Rochie Micheaux Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Pressley Howard and Lucy B. Cun- 
ningham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Cunningham and Elizabeth Wat- 
kins, his wife. 

WiUiam Cunningham entered the army as lieutenant, and. 



302 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

- 

1778, commanded a company in the First Virginia Regiment 
under Col. Richard Parker. He served as aide to Washing- 
ton and for his services received a grant of land, on which 
is built the capital of Ohio. 
Also No. 6312. 

Mrs. Leola Harrison Burnette. 11798 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of Owen D. Burnette. 

Descendant of Gabriel Harrison, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Gabriel Harrison and Rebecca Pritchett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Nathaniel Harrison and Martha Broadnax. his 
wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Gabriel Harrison and Martha Kenan, his 
wife- 

Gabriel Harrison served as a soldier at the surrender of 

Cornwallis. He was born and died in Dinwiddie county. 
Also No. 10818. 

Mrs. Marie Greene La Moreaux. 11799 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Franklyn Frisbie La Moreaux. 

Descendant of Jabez Chadsey, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of George Washington Tripp and Sarah Greene Chad- 
sey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jabez Chadsey and Hannah Greene, his wife. 

Jabez Chadsey served under Gen. John Sullivan for the de- 
fense of the colony. He was born at Warwick, 1754, and 
was drowned at sea, 1820. 

Also No. 9875. 

Mrs, Mattie Caruth MacMillan. 11800 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Neill Alexander MacMillan. 

Descendant of Nancy Morgan Hart, of Georgia. 

Daughter of Walter Caruth and Annie Worthington, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Worthington and Rebecca Hart, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Hart and Patience Lane, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Hart and Nancy Morgan, his 
wife. 

Nancy Morgan Hart was a zealous lover of liberty and of 



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the "liberty boys," as she called the Whigs. Her ingenuity 
in deceiving the enemy, her success in capturing marauding 
Tories, the courage she displayed and the sure aim of her 
gun made her a terror to the loyalists. The chapter of 
Daughters" at Milledgeville is named in her honor. 



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Mrs. Annie Worthington Caruth. 11801 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Walter Caruth. 

Descendant of Nancy Morgan Hart, of Georgia. 
Daughter of Thomas Worthington and Rebecca Hart, his wife. 
See No. 11800. 

Miss Helen Clark. 11802 

Born in Iowa. 

Descendant of Capt. Loring Peck, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Arthur Dearborn Clark and Minette Stockwell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ira Stockwell and Sarah Peck, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. George Peck and Elizabeth Dunning, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Loring Peck and Jane Burk, his wife. 

Loring Peck, 1776, commanded a company in Col. Chris- 
topher Lippitt's regiment for the defense of the colony, and 
also served under Col. James Babcock. He was born at 

Bristol, 1744, and died at Lake Pleasant, N. Y., 1833. 
Also No. 7772. 

Miss Mary H, Davis. 11803 

Born in Texas. 

Descendant of Col. William Barton, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Waters S. Davis and Sarah Huckins, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. James Huckins and Rhoda Barton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brown Barton and Hannah West, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Barton and Rhoda Carver, his 
wife. 

William Barton commanded a company, 1775, served as 
brigade major, 1776, and, 1777, as lieutenant colonel. At 
this time Major General Charles Lee was a prisoner, and as 
there was no one of equal rank for an exchange. Barton 



304 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

planned and successfully executed the capture of the British 
commander, Maj. Gen. Prescott, and his aide. For this ex- 
ploit Congress presented him a sword and promoted him 
colonel, Continental Line. He was born at Warren, 1748, 
where he died, 1831. 
Also No. 1496. 

Miss Emma Coit Davis. 11804 

•Born in Texas. 

Decendant of Col. William Barton. 

Daughter of Waters S. Davis and Sarah Huckins, his wife 

See No. 11803. 

Mrs. Alice Downs Finlay. 11805 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Quitman Finlay. 

Descendant of Henry Downs, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Oscar Jackson Downs and Victoria Rutherford Tins- 
ley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Wood Downs and Henrietta Sparks^ 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Downs and Sarah Downs (cousin)^ 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Downs and Frances Few, his wife. 

Henry Downs, 1775, was a signer of the " Mecklenburg 
Declaration of Independence, when patriots met in conven- 
tion at Charlotte and declared themselves and those they 
represented free and independent of the British Crown. He 
died, 1778, aged seventy. 

Miss Anna White Estabrook. 11806 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Putnam, Josiah Putnam, Jr., 
John Forbes and Major Moses White, of Massachusetts; 
Hon. William Augustus Atlee, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John Forbes Estabrook and Elizabeth Amelia Put- 
nam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Rufus Putnam and Esther Augusta White, his 
wife; John Estabrook and Dolly Forbes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Putnam, Jr., and Sibbel Smith, his 
wife; John Forbes and Elizabeth Haywood, his wife; Moses White 
and Elizabeth Amelia Atlee, his wife. 



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Gr.-gr. -granddaughter of Josiah Putnam and Lydia Wheeler, his 
wife; William Augustus Atlee and Esther Bowes Sayre, his wife. 

Josiah Putnam (1718-95), commanded a company at Lex- 
ington, and with him was his son Josiah. 

John Forbes (1760-1813), served as a private. 

Moses White (1756-1833), was aide to Col. Moses Hazen. 

William Augustus Atlee (1735-93), was chairman of the 
Safety Committee and superintendent of the barracks at 
Lancaster, where British prisoners were confined. 

Also Nos. 1737, 10259. 

Mrs. Amelia Putnam Estabrook. 11807 

• Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Hon. William Augustus Atlee, John Forbes, 
Capt. Josiah Putnam and Maj. Moses White. 

Daughter of John Forbes Estabrook and Elizabeth Amelia Put- 
nam, his wife. 

See No. 11806. 

Miss Mary Louise Wyman. 11808 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Eliphalet Phelps, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edmond Lewis Wyman, M. D., and Louisa Kimball 
Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Alanson Phelps and Mary Ann Bronson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Phelps, Jr., and Mehitable Dodge, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eliphalet Phelps and Mehitable Hyde, 
his wife. 

Eliphalet Phelps, 1776, served as a private in Capt. Joseph 
Forward's company, detailed to reinforce the army in New 
York. He was born at Lebanon, 1743. 

Also No. 10826. 

Miss Juliette Neilson Childs. 11809 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Pritchard, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of George T. Childs and Lucy Ella Byrnes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William M. Byrnes and Elizabeth Bailey, his 

wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Bailey and Lucy Pritchard, his wife. 

(20) 



306 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION'. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Pritchard and Lucy Tufts, his 
wife. 

Thomas Pritchard, 1776, commanded a company in the 

New York campaign. He was a fine tactician and his ma- 

noeuvers before a superior force showed his ingenuity and 

fortitude and won the approval of Washington. He was 

born at Medford, 1752, where he died, 1795. 

Miss Abbie Wallace Kent. 11810 

Born in Vermont. 
Descendant of Rev. Dan Kent and of Deacon Cephas Kent, 

of Vermont. 

Daughter of Rev. Cephas Henry Kent and Mary Abby Clark, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. Dan Kent and Betsey Griswold, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Cephas Kent and Hannah Spencer, 
his wife. 

Cephas Kent was chairman and entertained the first Coun- 
cil of Safety. The Vigilance Committee of the Green Mount- 
ain Boys met at his tavern at Dorset. He had three sons at 
the battle of Bennington. 

Dan Kent enlisted, 1776, and served under different com- 
mands during the war. He was a pensioner when he died 
at Benson, 1835, aged seventy-seven. 

Also Nos. 1419, 9881. 

Miss Minnie Lydia Walker. 11811 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Allen, of Vermont. 

Daughter of Noah Shepardson Walker and Sarah Almy Phillips, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Lewis Merritt Walker and Adah Shepardson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Noah Shepardson and Jemsha Allen, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Allen and Jerusha Church, sec- 
ond wife. 

Samuel Allen entered the army as ensign and, 1776, was 
lieutenant under Capt. Samuel Bartlet, Col. James Wesson's 
Ninth Massachusetts Regiment. He was at the battle of 
Bennington and subsequently served in the Continental Line. 
He died at Clarendon, 1801, aged sixty-two. 



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Miss Stella Dyer Ewing. 11812 

Born in Vermont. 

Descendant of Judge Gideon Olin, of Vermont. 
Daughter of Charles Ewing and Susannah Olin Briggs, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Philip Briggs and Lydia Dyer, his wife. 
Gr. -granddaughter of Daniel Dyer and Susannah Olin, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Gideon Olin and Patience Dwinell, his 
wife. 
See No. 11662* 

Mrs. Eva J. Bancroft Gate. 11813 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of H. W. Gate. 

Descendant of Edmund Bancroft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles DeF. Bancroft and Flora B. Alexander, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles E. Bancroft and Diann Thomas, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Bancroft and Anna Foster, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Bancroft and Sarah Pool, his 
wife. 

Edmund Bancroft was a minute man from Reading at the 

Lexington Alarm in Capt. Thomas Eaton's company. He 

was born at Reading, 1749. 

Miss Elizabeth Gordon Goddard. 11814 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Capt. Josiah Munro, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Backus Goddard and Harriet Munro Con- 
vers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Convers and Sarah Munro, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Munro and Susanna Fitch, his wife. 

Josiah Munro was at Lexington, and the battle was fought 
in front of his father's door on the Common. He served in 
the Burgoyne campaign ; was on Lafayette's staff, and at the 
surrender of Cornwallis. He was one of the forty-eight 
officers who accepted for their services Western land, lo- 
cated at Marietta, Ohio, where he died, 1801, aged fifty-six. 

Also Nos. 3640, 7702, 8490. 

Mrs. Mary Orra Love Shields. 11815 

Born in Tennessee. 
Wife of Le Roy Hamilton Shields. 



308 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Lieut. Robert Love, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Col. Robert Love and Sara Alexander, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Thomas Love and Anne Taylor, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Love and Mary Anne Dillard, his 
wife. 

Robert Love, 1776, entered the army at sixteen from Au- 
gusta county. He served as sergeant, 1778, and, 1780, was 
lieutenant under Col. William Campbell in the warfare 
against the Tories of North Carolina and was at the battle 
of Guilford Court House. He died at Waynesville, N. C, 
1845, aged eighty-five. 

Miss Madge Lamb. 11816 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Capt. Richard Lamb, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Col. William Lamb and Sarah Annie Chaffee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hon. William W. Lamb and Margaret Kerr 
Wilson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hon. William Boswell Lamb and Margaret 
Stuart Kerr, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Lamb and Clarissa Boswell, his 
wife. 

Richard Lamb served as quartermaster. Continental Army, 

during the Revolution. He died, 1786, and is buried in 

Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg. 

Mrs. Lizzie Deane Lyons Swanson. 11817 

Born in Virginia. 

Wife of Hon. Claude A. Swanson. 

Descendant of Capt. Thomas Haynes Drew, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Dr. Peter Lyons and Adeline Abbott Deane, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Francis H. Deane and Elizabeth Carrington 
Drew, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Haynes Drew, Jr., and Adeline 
Abbott, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Haynes Drew and Annie Ran- 
dolph Harrison, his wife. 

Thomas Haynes Drew, 1777, was lieutenant in Grayson's 
Continental Infantry, and, 1779, was transferred to Gist's 
regiment. He served in Washington's Life Guard and was 
at the surrender of Yorktown. 

Also No. 9900. 



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Miss Matilda S. Lauman. 11818 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Christopher Lauman, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Edward C. Lauman and Leah Wiert, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Lauman and Margaret Gartner, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter cxf Christopher Lauman and Elizabeth Mim, 
his wife. ^ 

Christopher Lauman entered the army as ensign, and was 
lieutenant of militia at the battles of Trenton and Princeton. 
He commanded a company under Col. David Jamison, 1778, 
when Philadelphia was evacuated by the British. He was a 
member of the "Independent Light Infantry," of York, and 
the original manuscript with the signatures of the company 
is still preserved. 

Also No. 6908. 

Miss Mary E. Lauman. 11819 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of Capt. Christopher Lauman. 
Daughter of Edward C. Lauman and Leah Wiert, his wife. 
See No. 11818. 

Mrs. Ella M, Lauman Dice. 11820 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of W. Calvin Dice. 
Descendant of Capt. Christopher Lauman. 
Daughter of Edward C. Lauman and Leah Wiert, his wife. 
See No. 11818. 

Miss Nannie Colwell- 11821 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Descendant of Robert Fruit, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Wilson Colwell and Nannie Hammer, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Hammer and Nancy Brice, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Brice and Mary Fruit, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Fruit and Catherine McClure, his 
wife. 

Robert Fruit, who was born in Ireland, was chairman of 
the Committee of Safety, 1776, and a member of the Assem- 
bly of Northumberland county, 1777. He died at Derry, 
1820, aged eighty-eight. 

Also No. 10572. 



3IO DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Adda Green Sutherland. 11822 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Dr. Q. O. Sutherland. 

Descendant of Corp. Timothy Green, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Timothy Ellsworth Green and Celinda Jane Jessup, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Green and Philomela Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Green and Sybil Hastings Peck, his 
wife. 

Timothy Green turned out from Amherst at the Lexington 
Alarm. He served in Capt. Reuben Dickinson's company, 
1777, and, 1778, was corporal under Capt. Samuel Fairfield. 
He was born at Amherst, 1748, where he died, 1821. 

Mrs. Clara Bowen Shepard. 1182} 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Frederick H. Shepard. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ebenezer Lee, Jr., of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William B. Bowen and Ann C. Curtiss, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Artem.us Curtiss and Clarissa Harlow Lee, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Lee, Jr., and Martha Parsons, his 
wife. 

Ebenezer Lee, Jr., enlisted from Farming^on at eighteen, 
and was wounded at Bunker Hill. He served under differ- 
ent commands during the war. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Granby, Oswego county, N. Y., 1837, aged eighty. 

MliS. BETSEY LEONARD NEWTON. 1 1824 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Abel Densmore Newton. 

Descendant of Ziba Leonard, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ziba Leonard and of Chloe Shaw, his wife. 

Ziba Leonard was a minute man at the siege of Boston un- 
der Capt. James Allen, and served in the Rhode Island cam- 
paign, 1778. He was captured on a merchant ship, and car- 
ried to Charleston, 1779. He was a pensioner when he died 
at Ashfield, 1845, aged eighty-nine. 

Also No. 5212. 



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Mrs. Ann Curtiss Bowen. 1182^ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William B. Bowen. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Lee, Jr. 

Daughter of Artemus Curtiss and Clarissa Harlow, his wife. 
See No. 11823. 

Mrs. Ida Canfield Frost, 11826 

Born in Wisconsin- 
Wife of Edward W. Frost. 

Descendant of Silas Freeman, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John Canfield and Helen Beach, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Roswell Canfield and Marian Harmon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Harmon and Alice Freeman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Freeman and Elizabeth Kasson, his 
wife. 

Silas Freeman served as a minute man and as a private 
in the Berkshire county militia. He turned out at various 
alarms under different commands during the war. He was 
born at New Marlborough, 1746, where he died, 1837. 

Mrs. Abba Eliza Boutelle Harris. 11827 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Maj. Moses Harris, U. S. A. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Hill, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Josiah Willis Boutelle and Sarah Lawrence Maynard, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathaniel Boutelle and Mary Hill, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of John Hill and Mary Rouel, his wife. 

John Hill, 1777-8, served in Capt. Sylvanus Smith's com- 
pany. Col. Timothy Bigelow's Worcester county regiment. 
He died at Weston, 1793, aged fifty-one. 

Mrs. Helen Drake Fitzgerald. 11828 

Born in Wisconsin. 
Wife of William Norman Fitzgerald. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Chamberlin, of Vermont. 
Daughter of John Ransom Drake and Helen Chamberlin, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abner Chamberlin and Mary Haseltine, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlin and Nancy McAllister, 
his wife. 



312 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Chamberlin and Ruth Preston, 
his wife. 

Joseph Chamberlin was a minute man in Capt. Thomas 
Johnson's company, at the capture of Ticonderoga. He 
served on scout and guard duty under Capt. John Gideon 
Bayley and turned out at alarms during the war. He was 
born at Northfield, Mass., 1738, and died at Newbury, 1815. 

Also No. 4294. 

Mrs. Martha Pennell Rock. 11829 

Born in Wisconsin. 

Wife of Frank D. Rock. 

Descendant of Elisha Price, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of William N. Pennell and Galena Denny, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Pennell and Elizabeth Price, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Price and Elizabeth S. Price, his wife. 

Great-great-granddaughter of Elisha Price, who served 
as member of the Committe of Safety, 1775. He repre- 
sented Chester county in the convention held at Carpenter's 
Hall, 1776. This body elected Thomas McKean President, 
and each deputy signed the agreement to concur with Con- 
gress for the freedom of the colonies. He was born at Ches- 
ter and died there of yellow fever, 1798. 

Also No. 7386 

Mrs, Rose Higbee Johnson. 11830 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Jerome Bonaparte Johnson. 

Descendant of Ephraim Patch, Jr., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Enos Jackson Higbee and Lucy Mathews Patch, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Ephraim Patch, Jr., and Mary Burnell, his wife. 

Ephraim Patch, Jr., served at the siege of Quebec. He 
enlisted from Chesterfield in Capt. Israel Chapin's com- 
pany, Col. John Fellows' regiment. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Pike, N. Y., 1838, aged eighty-one. 

Also. No. 9163. 

Miss Belle S. Grimes. 11831 

Bom in New York. 
Descendant of Amaziah Sanderson, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Prof. J. Stanley Grimes and Frances Warner, his wife. 
Granddaughter of John Warner, Jr., and Fanny Sanderson, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Amaziah Sanderson. 

Amaziah Sanderson, 1777, enlisted from Springfield at the 
age of seventeen in Capt. Charles Colton^s company, Col. 
John Greaton's regiment, and served in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign, and was at the battle of Bemis Heights. He survived 
to receive a pension. 

Mrs. Maude Ervay Fagin. 11832 

Born in Texas. 

Wife of Harry Lynne Fagin. 

Descendant of Capt. James Lewis Hickman, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Henry S. Ervay and Louise Hickman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James P. Hickman and Mary Bronaugh, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Lewis Hickman and Elizabeth Bryan, 
his wife. 

James Lewis Hickman served at the battles of King's 
Mountain and Guilford Court House. He was born in Cul- 
peper county, Va., 1759, and died at Danville, Ky., 1828. 

Also No. 8912. 

I1833 

Miss Grace Virginia Pomeroy. 11834 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Ens. Eliphaz Hunt, Jonathan Hopkins and 
Lieut. Bildad Fowler, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Daniel Pomeroy and Fanny Belden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazar Pomeroy and Ruth Hunt, his wife; Hor- 
ace Belden and Selina Fowler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eliphaz Hunt and Hannah Stiles, his wife; 
Bildad Fowler and Rachel Hopkins, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Hopkins and Rachel Adams 
Sikes, his wife. 

Eliphaz Hunt served at White Plains in Col. Experience 
Storrs' regiment. He was born at Coventry, 1739, where he 
died, 1820. 

Jonathan Hopkins served as a minute man, and was at the 
battle of Rhode Island, 1778. He died at Suffield, 1802. 



314 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Bildad Fowler enlisted in the Hampshire county regiment, 
and served in the Burgoyne campaign. His commission of 
lieutenant is still in the family. He was born at Springfield, 
Mass, 1738, and died at Suffield, Conn., 1814. 

Also No. 10962. 

Mrs. Fannie Pomeroy Hendricks. 1183^ 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Elwood Hendricks. 

Descendant of Jonathan Hopkins, Ens. Eliphaz Hunt and 
Lieut. Bildad Fowler. 
Daughter of Daniel Pomeroy and Fannie Belden, his wife. 
See No. 11834. 

Miss Anna Genevieve McLean. 11836 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Lieut. Bildad Fowler, Jonathan Hopkins, 
Col. Jonathan Humphrey and Maj. Elihu Humphrey, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of Allan McLean and Anna Belden, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Allan Neil McLean and Emeline Barber, his 
wife; Horace Belden and Selina Fowler, his wife. 

See No. 11834. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Calvin Barber and Rowena Humphrey, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Humphrey and Asenath • Hum- 
phrey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Humphrey and Desire Ow- 
en, his wife, parents of Asenath. 

Elihu Humphrey was captain of a company at the siege of 
Boston and at the batte of Long Island, where he was 
wounded and captured. He died from the effects of the im- 
prisonment, 1777, aged thirty-nine. 

Jonathan Humphrey commanded militia and served on 
committees to provide for soldiers' families and British pris- 
oners. He was born at Simsbury, 1715, where he died, 1794. 

Mrs. Lillia Case Selby. 11837 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Benjamin Hector Selby. 

Descendant of Capt. David Phelps and Capt. Job. Case, 
of Connecticut. 



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Daughter of Lieut. Alonzo Grove Case and Julia Chaffee, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Job Case and Abigail Griswold Phelps, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Oliver Cromwell Phelps and Lurannah En- 
sign, his wife; Arial Case and Rachel Latimer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Phelps and Abigail Griswold, his 
wife; Job Case and Joanna Wilcox, his wife. 

David Phelps served under his brother Noah at the capture 
of Ticonderoga. He was lieutenant at Long Island and 
White Plains and commanded a company in the Tryon in- 
vasion. He was born at Simsbury, 1733, where he died, 181 1. 

Job Case (1737-98), entered the army as lieutenant, and, 
1779, was captain of militia when New Haven was attacked. 
He had charge of the company transporting cannon balls 
from the iron works at Salisbury to Boston. 

Also Nos. 448, 5337, 6472, 8679. 

Miss Mary Anne Ensign. 11838 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Allyn Whiting, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Nathan Raleigh Ensign and Anne Dyson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Moses Ensign and Martha T. Whiting, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elijah Whiting and Sabra Hart, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Allyn Whiting and Elizabeth Merry, his 
wife. 

Allyn Whiting, 1776, served as a private in the Light 
•Horse under Capt. John Skinner, and, 1778, enlisted in Capt. 
Ozias Bisseirs company. He was born at Hartford, 1740, 
where he died, 1818. 

Also Nos. 4412, 5370. 

Mrs. Sarah Carroll Jacobs Case. 11839 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Luther Roswell Case. 

Descendant of Lieut. Amos Carroll, Capt. Stephen Crosby, 
John Jacobs and Asa Jacobs, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Capt. Joseph D. Jacobs and Sarah Crosby Carroll, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. Wyman Carroll and Sarah Crosby, his 
wife; and of Asa Jacobs. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Amos Carroll and Lucy Hosmer Barrett, his 
wife; and of Stephen Crosby, and of John Jacobs. 

Amos Carroll (1728-92), turned out from Killingly at the 



31 6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Lexington Alarm. He served, 1778, as lieutenant of the 
Seventh Company, Eleventh militia regiment. 

Stephen Crosby, 1776, commanded a company in Wads- 
worth's brigade at the battle of Long Island. He was killed 
in the retreat from New York, aged forty-two. 

Asa Jacobs (1760-1843), enlisted at the age of eighteen and 
survived to receive a pension. 

John Jacobs served on the frigate "Confederacy." 

Miss Louise C. Howe. 11840 

Born in Washington, D. C. 

Descendant of William Robertson, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Samuel Henry Howe and Katherine B. Howe, his 
wife. 
Granddaughter of John M. Howe and Sally Robertson, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Henry Robertson. 

Great-great-granddaughter of William Robertson (1754- 
1833), who served in the infantry during the Revolution. 

MISS MARY K. WILLIAMS. 1 1841 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Rufus Williams, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Rufus Williams and Ruth Chapman ,his wife. 

Rufus Williams served as a private in Capt. Nathan Gal- 
lup's company. He was born at Groton, 1762, and died at 
Stoningfton, 1831. 

Mrs* Louise Avery Fish. 11842 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Judson D. Fish. 

Desendant of Elihu Avery and of Caleb Avery, of Connec- 
ticut. 
Daughter of Robert Austin Avery and Nancy Eldridge, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Caleb Avery and Mary Avery, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Avery and Thankful Avery, his wife. 
Elihu Avery (1755-79), served in the New York campaign. 
Caleb Avery (1763-1835), was captured at Fort Griswold. 
Also Nos. 3191, 5315. 



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Mrs. Lucy Stockbridge Burdett. 11843 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Lewis Burdett. 

Descendant of Corp. David Stockbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Benjamin Stockbridge and Emily Rockwell Weeks, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Caleb Stockbridge and Achsah Cook Fairbank, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Stockbridge and Patience Bartlett, his 
wife. 

David Stockbridge (1749-1832), served in the Northern 
Department under Capt. John Thompson, Hampshire coun- 
ty militia. He died at Hadley. 

Also Nos. 4927, 9906. 

Mrs. Harriet B. Wolcott Chittenden. 11844 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George M. Chittenden. 
Descendant of Elisha Wolcott, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles Wolcott and Hannah Blinn, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Elisha Wolcott and Mary Welles Robbins, his 
wife. 
See No. 11393. 

Mrs. Mary E. Jeralds Morgan. 11845 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Hubert W. Morgan. 

Descendant of Stephen Parker, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Thomas Jeralds and Betsey Parker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Stephen Parker and Rebecca Ray, his wife. 
See No. 11389. 

Mrs. Sarah V. Cannon McGaughey. 11846 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Dr. J. D. McGaughey. 
Descendant of Asaph Merriam, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Burdette Cannon and Juliet Merriam, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lauren Merriam and Temperance Todd, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Asaph Merriam and Damaris Todd, his wife. 

Asaph Merriam, 1776, served as a private in Capt. John 
Couch's company. He was born at Meriden, 1759, and was 
a pensioner when he died there, 1836. 



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Mrs. Mary E. Hoggan Graham. 11847 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Benjamin L. Graham. 

Descendant of Capt. Peter Johnson and of Solomon Bald- 
win, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George M. Hoggan and Esther Elizabeth Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Johnson and Elizabeth Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Johnson, Jr., and Esther Thomas, his 
wife; Daniel Baldwin and Eunice Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Baldwin and Philena Baldwin, 
his wife; and of Peter Johnson. 

Peter Johnson entered the army as lieutenant and served 
at Winter Hill in Sullivan's brigade. He enlisted, 1777, for 
three years, and was at Brandywine, Whitemarsh and Mon- 
mouth. He commanded a company in Tryon's invasion. He 
was born at New Haven, 1745, where he died, 1813. 

Solomon Baldwin lived at Milford, and his house com- 
manded a view of the cove where contraband goods were 
landed. He was so vigilant in his watch of the Tories that 
he became a terror to them and gained fame as a patriot 
during the war. He died at Milford, 1798, aged fifty-one. 

Miss Nellie E. Foster. 11848 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Thomas Foster, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of George Albert Foster and Julia E. Landers, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Uri Foster and Eliza Mix, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Foster and Charlotte Preston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Foster and Elizabeth Berry, his 
wife. 

Thomas Foster, 1778, served in Capt. Moses Branch's 
company, and reenlisted, 1779, for one year. He was bom 
at Meriden, 1736, where he died, 1806. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Evleth Peet. 11849 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Benjamin Franklin Peet. 

Descendant of Benjamin Smith, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Asa Whitcomb Evleth and Jane Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Smith and Mary Elizabeth Graves, 
his wife. 

Benjamin Smith, 1781, enlistled from Needham at the age 
of sixteen and served as a musician in Capt. James Tisdale's 
company. He was with the militia on the Hudson and served 
to the close of the war. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Hopkinton, 1863. 

Also No. 2832. 

Mrs. Mary Augusta Sherwood Lamberton. ii8jo 

Born in Nebraska. 
Wife of Genio Madison Lamberton. 
Descendant of Dr. Ebenezer Jesup and of Deacon Joseph 

Hyde, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Edwin Hyde Sherwood and Emma Rumsey, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Edwin Sherwood and Mary Augusta Hyde, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Hyde and Arete Jesup, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ebenezer Jesup and Eleanor Andrews, 
his wife. 

Ebenezer Jesup (1739-1812), served as surgeon. His house 
at Green's Farms was plundered ancf burned when Tryon in- 
vaded the state, and his patriotism subjected him to constant 
persecution from the Tories. 

Joseph Hyde (1761-1850), served at the burning of Dan- 
bury, the battle of Ridgefield and was wounded at Compo 
Hill, 1777. He was born and died at Green's Farms. 

Also No. 4005. 

.Mrs. Anna Griswold Carter. ii8ji 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Galen A. Carter, Jr. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Lowrey, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William Deming Smith and Esther Mary Smith, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Rev. John Smith and Esther Mary Woodruff, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Dickinson Woodruff and Grace Low- 
rey, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Lowrey and Esther Fleming, 
his wife. 

See No. 11 150. 



320 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION". 

Mrs. LiBBiE Diehl White. 118^2 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William N. White. 

Descendant of Daniel Gay and of Philip Travis, of New 
York, 

Daughter of Philip Diehl and Josephine Lee. his wife. 

Granddaughter of Charles Lee and Eatchie Jane Travis, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Elisha Travis and Clara Gay, his wife. 

Gr,-gr.-granddaughter of Philip Travis and Eatchie Wixon, his 
wife; Daniel Gay and Sarah Kelley, his wife. 

Philip Travis (1761-1848), enlisted, 1778, and served on the 
frontier. He was wounded in an engagement with Tories 
and Indians and was taken prisoner at Wyoming. He was a 
pensioner when he died at Roxbury. 

Daniel Gay fought at Bunker Hill in Capt. Thomas Knowl- 
ton's company. He received an honorable discharge for 
seven years' service as a soldier. 

Miss Susan Woodruff Smith. 118^3 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Col. Thomas Lowrey, of New Jersey. 
Daughter of Rev. John Smith and Esther Mary Woodruff, his wife. 
See Nos. 11150, 11851. 

Mrs. Elisabeth Platt Atwood. 118^4 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Lewis L Atwood. 
Descendant of Deacon Nathan Platt, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Almon Platt and Alvina Allen, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Nathan Platt and Ruby Smith, his wife. 

Nathan Platt served in the ranks in the contest for liberty. 
He died at Wallingford, 1845, aged eighty-four, and upon his 
tombstone is inscribed, "A soldier of the Revolution." 

Mrs. Amelia M. Parsons Castle. ii8^j 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of John S. Castle. 
Descendant of Lemuel Parsons, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Parsons and Nancy Terry, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Amos Parsons and Mehitable Prince, his wife. 



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Great-granddaughter of Lemuel Parsons, who served as 
a soldier in the New Hampshire Line. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Springfield, 1830 aged eighty-seven. 

Mrs. Julia V. Phelps Wilson. 118^6 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Joseph Warren Wilson. 

Descendant of Erastus Phelps, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Erastus R. Phelps and Nancy Maria Wilmot, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Erastus Phelps and Polly Yeomans. his wife. 

Erastus Phelps volunteered at seventeen for the defense 
of New London. He served to the close of the war and was 
a pensioner when he died at Hebron, 1833, aged seventy. 

Miss Elizabeth Waldo Brown. ii8j7 

Born in New Jersey. 

Descendant of Waldo Brown, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Waldo Brown and Mary Ann Brant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Waldo Brown and Abigail Fish, his wife. 

Waldo Brown, 1776, enlisted as a fifer at seventeen, and 
served under different commands. He was a pensioner 
when he died at Canterbury, 1835, aged seventy-six. 

Miss Emily Seymour. 11858 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Seymour, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Giles Seymour and Rebecca Burr Guyer, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Seymour, Jr., and Sarah Raymond, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Seymour and Rebekah Keeler, his 
wife. 

James Seymour, 1776, was quartermaster's sergeant of 
Capt. Seth Seymour's company, when the British took pos- 
session of New York. When Norwalk was invaded his home 
was burned, but his wife escaped on horseback, with two 
children. He was a pensioner when he died at Norwalk, 
1835, aged eighty-three. 

Also No. 5235. 
(21) 



322 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Sarah Almira Upson. ii8j9 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Edward Chester Upson. 

Descendant of Daniel Darrin and of Thomas Mead, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of Henry Sennott May and Sarah Annie Darrin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Darrin, Jr., and Harriet Mead, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Darrin and Martha Travis, his wife; 
Thomas Mead and Ellen Ressegnie, his wife. 

Daniel Darrin enlisted, 1776, served under different com- 
mands and was at the battle of Flatbush. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Ridgefield, 1838, aged eighty-two. 

Thomas Mead, 1780, at sixteen served as a private under 
Capt. David Olmstead. He was a pensioner and died at 
Ridgefield, 1843. 

Also No. 2706. 

Miss Helen Louise Curtis. 11860 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Whiting, Capt. Stiles Judson 
and Capt. Daniel Judson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Stiles Whiting Curtis and Harriet Bennett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Stiles Curtis and Hannah Whiting, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seymour Conway Whiting and Hannah 
Curtis, his wife; William Curtis and Rebecca Judson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Whiting and Elizabeth Judson, 
his wife; and of Stiles Judson. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Judson. 

Samuel Whiting (1720-1803), who had fought in the early 
wars, commanded Fairfield county troops during the Revo- 
lution. His sons, Samuel, Judson, John and Joseph, served 
in the army. 

Stiles Judson commanded a company when Tryon invaded 
the colony. He survived to receive a pension. 

Daniel Judson (1728-1813) was inspector of fire arms for 
Fairfield county. He served several terms in the Assembly 
and turned out at alarms with the militia. 

Also Nos. 7404, 9943. 

Miss Eliza I. Beard. 11861 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Capt. Seth Seymour, of Connecticut, and 
of Dr. Spencer Field, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of Augustus Field Beard and Eliza Payson Goddard, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Algernon Edwin Beard and Mary Esther Mal- 
lory, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Mallory and Anna Seymour, his wife; 
David Beard, M. D., and Betsey Field, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Seymour and Anna Benedict, his 
wife; Spencer Field and Betsey Frink, his wife. 

Spencer Field (1756-1801), was appointed surgeon's mate 
of Worcester county militia and served at Boston, 1776. 

Seth Seymour, 1776, commanded a company of Mead's 
Ninth Regiment in the New York campaign. He died of 
camp fever while a prisoner in the old Sugar House. 

Also Nos. 3509, 5353. 

Mrs. Adora Flynn Swartz. 11862 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Christian Swartz. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Gilbert, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of James Flynn and Jane Haviland, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Reed Haviland and Amy Gilbert, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Gilbert and Mary Wakeman, his wife. 

David Gilbert, 1776, enlisted in Capt. Elijah Abel's com- 
pany for the defense of New York. He served as sergeant, 
1781, under Capt. Najah Bennett. He was born at Ridge- 
field, 1755, and was a pensioner when he died there, 1835. 

Miss Annie Chichester Sanford. ii86^ 

Born in Connecticut. 

Descendant of Daniel Darrin and of Thomas Mead, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of William Edgar Sanford and Sarah Eliza Northrope, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harry Nash Northrope and Jane Eliza Darrin, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Darrin, Jr., and Harriet Mead, his 
wife. 

See No. 11859. 

Mrs. Charlotte Beard Jennings. 11864 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of George A. Jennings. 



324 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Spencer Field, M. D., of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William O. Beard and Julia E. Wilcox, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Beard, M. D., and Betsey Field, his wife. 
See No. 11861. 

Mrs. Ida Powell Couper. 11865 

Born in Alabama. 

Wife of William Page Couper. 

Descendant of Lucas Powell and of Nathaniel Powell, of 
Virginia. 

Daughter of Homer Blackman and Virginia A. Powell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Norborne Berkeley Powell and Eliza Anne R. 
Holmes, his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of Nathaniel Powell and Elizabeth Cowper 
Chamberlayne, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lucas Powell and Elizabeth Edwards, his 
wife. 

Lucas Powell, 1775, was a member of the Amherst county 
Committee of Safety, and, 1776, he was selected to examine 
the recruited soldiers and pay them as soon as admitted. 

Nathaniel Powell enlisted when a lad in Capt. John Crop- 
per's company of foot. Ninth Virginia Regiment, commanded 
by Col. Thomas Flemming and Col. George Matthews. He 
served until the surrender of Cornwallis. He died at Leba- 
non, Tenn., 1827, aged sixty-five. 

Miss Virginia Powell Goodwin- 11866 

Born in Alabama. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Powell. 

Daughter of James Mather Goodwin and Eugenia Holmes Black- 
man, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Homer Blackman and Virginia A. Powell, his 
wife. 

See No. 11865. 

Mrs. Anna Eliza Johnson. 11867 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Howard F. Johnson. 
Descendant of Richard Adams, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Capt. Van Rensselaer Morgan, U. S. N., and Martha 
Adams Moseley, his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Burwell Bassett Moseley and Martha Winston 
Adams, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. John Adams and Margaret Winston, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Richard Adams. 

Richard Adams, 1777, served as a private in Capt. Reuben 
Lipscomb's company, Seventh Virginia Regiment of Foot, 
commanded by Col. Alexander McClanachan. 

Miss Margaret Van Rensselaer Morgan. 11868 

Born in Virginia. 

Descendant of Richard Adams. 

Daughter of Capt. Van Rensselaer Morgan, U. S. N., and Martha 
Adams Moseley, his wife. 
See No. ii8^. 

Mrs, Laura Moseley Morgan Haig. 11869 

Born in Virginia. 
Wife of Frederick J. Haig. 
Descendant of Richard Adams. 

Daughter of Capt. Van Rensselaer Morgan, U. S. N., and Martha 
Adams, his wife. 
See No. 11867. 

Mrs. Jennie Tinsley Rudy. 11870 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of Given Rudy. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Hughes, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Thomas William Tinsley and Sicily Hughes, his wife. 

(Granddaughter of Thomas Hughes, Jr., and Jane Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Hughes and Nancy Monroe, his 
wife. 

Thomas Hughes enlisted from Rappahannock county and 
served in the Virginia Line as paymaster during the Revo- 
lution. He died in Kentucky, 1832, aged seventy-eight. 

Also No. 6739. 

Mrs. Jessie Stafford Adams Anderson. 11871 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of William S. Anderson. 
Descendant of Hon. John Hart, of New Jersey. 



326 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIOX. 

Daughter of Capt, Milo R. Adams and Emma Weyand, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Milo Adams and Cjmthia Darragh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Maj. Robert Darragh and Deborah Hart, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Hart and Martha Mattison, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah Scudder, his 
wife. 

See No. 11161. 

1 1872 

Mrs. Nettie Hopper Loving. 11873 

Bom in Virginia. 

Wife of Frank Loving. 

Descendant of Capt. John JoUiffe, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John Milton Hopper and Julia A. Overall, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William C. Overall and Selina JoliflFe, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Jolliffe, Jr., and Frances Helm, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John JoUiflFe and Mary Dragoo, his wife. 

John Jolliffe entered the army as lieutenant from Frederick 
county, and, 1776, commanded a company under Col. John 
Xe\'ille in the New York campaign. He died of small-pox in 
camp at Morristown, 1777, aged twenty-six. 

Also Xo. 8700. 

Miss Eliza Geraldine Wallace Clifford. 11874 

Bom in Georgia. 

Descendant of Capt. John Guthrie, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Robert Guthrie Wallace and Anna Maria Mayer, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Milton Wallace and Sophia Guthrie, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Guthrie and Sarah Daris, his wife. 

John Guthrie served as ensign in Morgan's rifle regiment, 

and in 1778 was Heutenant under Col. Daniel Brodhead. He 

was wounded at Trenton, suffered at Valley Forge, and 

served throusrh the war. He was born at Carlisle and died 

in Westmoreland county, 183 1. 
Also Xos. 614, 989, 2g68, 3064, 6886. 9304, 



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Mrs. LiDA Pickett Caskin. 1187^ 

Born in Tennessee. 

Wife of Theodore Clark Caskin. 

Descendant of Major William Cunningham, of Virginia. 

Daughter of Joseph Green Pickett and Lucy Burton Howard, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Pressley Howard and Lucy B. Cun- 
ningham, his wife. 

See No. 11797. 

Mrs- Helen Waldie King. 11876 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Frank B. King. 

Descendant of Lieut. David Snyder, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of Walter Scott Waldie and Amanda Conrad, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Conrad and Eliza Snyder, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Snyder and Rebecca Rupert, his wife. 
David Snyder, 1777, served as lieutenant in the Light 
Dragoons of Philadelphia county militia. 

Mrs. Nellie Gorgas Scott. 11877 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Maj. John Neal Scott. 

Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Atkinson, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Solomon Atkinson Gorgas and Marie Francois Vier, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Gorgas and Sophia Atkinson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Atkinson and Salome Weidner, his 
wife. 

Thomas Atkinson, 1777, served as lieutenant of Berks 

county militia under Capt. George Reehm, Col. Nicholas 

Lotz's regiment, and was in the battle of Brandywine. He 

died in Virginia, 1793, aged forty-two. 

Miss Anna M. Shaw. 11878 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Descendant of William Shaw, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of John W. Shaw and Mary E. Hardt, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Shaw, Jr., and Catharine Watson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Shaw and Ann Elizabeth Sample, 
his wife. 



328 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



William Shaw, 1776, was a member of the Committee of 
Safety of Northumberland county. He was born in Turbut 
township, 1739, where he died, 1802. 

Also No. 204. 

Mrs. May St. Clair Whitney Emerson, i 1879 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Nathaniel Waldo Emerson, M. D. 

Descendant of Sergt. James Saint Clair, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Daughter of Levi Saint Clair Whitney and Clarissa Jones, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Hezekiah Whitney and Mary Saint Clair, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Saint Clair and Sarah Hunt, his wife. 

James Saint Clair served with the Whitcomb Rangers and 
in the Continental army. He fought in many battles and re- 
ceived a badge of merit for six years' service in the war. 
He was bom at Exeter, 1756, and died at Albion, N. Y., 1826. 

Mrs. Alice Follett Uhl. 11880 

Born in Michigan. 
Wife of Hon. Edwin F. Uhl. 

Descendant of Sergt. David Norris, of New Hampshire. 
Daughter of Benjamin Follett and Elvira Norris, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Mark Norris and Roccena B. Vail, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Norris and Lucy Kittridge, his 
wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Norris and Annie Taylor, his wife. 

David Norris was a soldier in Capt. Benjamin Sias' com- 
pany, Col. David Oilman's regiment. He served in the New 
York and Burgoyne campaigns ; in one of the battles was 
severely wounded, and carried the ball to his grave. He was 
born at Stratham, 1735, and died at an advanced age at 
Hardwick, Vt. 

Miss Jennie R. Holmes. 11881 

Born in Illinois. 

Descendant of Maj. John Buttrick, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Dr. Edward Lorenzo Holmes and Paula V. Wieser, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Edward Bailey Holmes and Caroline Buttrick, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Horatio Gates Buttrick and Nancy Whitney, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Buttrick and Abigail Jones, his wife. 

John Buttrick led the militia in the first forcible resistance 
to British arms and commanded his company, "Fire, fellow 
soldiers, for God's sake, fire.'' The battle of Concord was 
fought on his farm, where now stands the monument of the 
"Minute Man," bearing on its base "Here the embattled 
farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world." He 
was born at Concord, 1731, and died there 1791. 

Also Nos. 3171, 6584, 7556, 8492. 



Mrs. Mary Newcomb Vaughan. 11882 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Edward John Vaughan. 
Descendant of William Newcomb, of Connecticut ; Samuel 

Cunnabell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Whitfield Newcomb and Mary Eliza Eddy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Asahel Newcomb and Lucinda Sykes, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Newcomb and Elizabeth Cunnabell, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Cunnabell (or Connable) and 
Mary English, his wife. 

Samuel Cunnabell served as a minute man and turned out 
at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Agrippa Wells' company. 
He was bom at Boston, 1717, and died at Bernardston, 1796. 

William Newcomb (1752-1822) enlisted from Lebanon as a 
private in Capt. William Richards' company. First Regiment, 
Connecticut Line ; was at the battle of Germantown and with 
the army at Valley Forge. He is buried in the old cemetery 
at Burk's Flat, Bernardston. 

Mrs. Nellie Wisner Morse. 11883 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edwin De Wolfe Morse. 

Descendant of Col. John Hathorn and of Hon. Henry Wis- 
ner, of New York. 



330 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLXmON. 



Daughter of John Raymond Jones and Cornelia Clinton Post 
Wisner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Henry Wisner and Eliza Hathom Post, 
his wife. 

Gr. -granddaughter of James B. Post and Catherine Cornelia 
Hathorn, his wife; Jeffery Wisner and Hannah Wheeler, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Hathom and Elizabeth Welling, his 
wife; Henry Wisner and Sarah Norton, his wife. 

John Hathorn was colonel of the Florida and Warwick 
regiment of Orange county militia and turned out at the 
Minisink Alarm. He also gave valuable civil service in the 
Council of State. He was born at Elkton, Delaware, 1749, 
and died at Warwick, N. Y., 1825. 

Henry Wisner voted for the Declaration of Independence 
and his name is on the original draft, but before the bill was 
engrossed for signing he was called to a session of the Pro- 
vincial Congress, to which he had been elected. He was on 
the committee to frame the State Constitution. He erected 
powder mills at his own expense, fortified and made a mili- 
tary map of the Hudson and commanded the Orange county 
regiment. He died, 1790, aged seventy. 

Also Nos. 1849, 4475. 

Mrs, Harriette Hotchkiss Smith. 11884 

Born in Illinois. 

Wife of Wyllys K. Smith. 

Descendant of Sergt. Walter Booth, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Memoir V. Hotchkiss and Isabella Scott, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joshua P. Hotchkiss and Harriett Booth, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth, Jr., and Sarah Booth, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Booth and Mary Newton, his 
wife. 

Walter Booth (1761-1825) served several enlistments dur- 
ing the war and received a pension under the act of 1818. 

Also Nos. 1119, 2498, 3391, 4376, 5825, 7406, 9492. 

Mrs. Julia Clark Sinclair, 11885 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Widow of Albert C. Sinclair. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Wallis and of Levi Judd, of New 
Hampshire. 



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Daughter of Curtis Coe Clark and Abigail Wallace, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Asahel Judd Wallace and Abigail Judd, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Wallace and Polly Kelly, his wife; 
Amon Judd and Elizabeth Roe, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Wallis and Lindsay, his wife; 

and of Levi Judd. 

John Wallis, who was born in Ireland, served as sergeant 
in Capt. Robert Bradford's company. Col. John Bailey's regi- 
ment, of Massachusetts militia. He was a pensioner when 
he died at an advanced age at Franconia, N. H. 

Levi Judd, 1776, enlisted in the Connecticut militia in Capt. 
John Couch's company and the captain was taken prisoner 
at the surrender of Fort Washington. He escaped and re- 
ceived an honorable discharge. He is buried at Landaff. 

Miss Anna Morse. 11886 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Daniel Morse, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Daniel Morse and Harriet S. North, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Harvey Grout Morse and Chloe Howard, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Morse and Lois Grout, his wife. 

Daniel Morse enlisted from Walpole at the age of seven- 
teen as a matross in Capt. Perez Cushing's company, Col. 
Thomas Craft's artillery, and was at the siege of Boston. He 
reenlisted, 1780, and served under different commands. 

Mrs. Mary Hitchcock Hatch. 11887 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Volney Gunn Hatch. 
Descendant of Col. John McCrea, of New York. 

Daughter of Aretus Man Hitchcock and Mary Turner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Judge Alexander Turner and Sarah McCrea, his 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John McCrea and Sarah Beekman, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Rev. James McCrea and Mary Graham, 
his wife. 

John McCrea, a graduate of Princeton, was a lawyer at Al- 
bany when war was declared. He commanded the Thirteenth 
Regiment of miHtia until honorably discharged, 1781. He 
was the eldest child of an Episcopal clergyman and his bro-th- 



332 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

ers, Samuel, James and Stephen also served, the latter as a 
surgeon. It was his sister, Jane, who was massacred by the 
Indians near Fort Edward, 1777, during the Burgoyne cam- 
paign. The chapter at Fort Edward is named for this 
heroine of the Revolution. 
Also No. 71 ID. 

Mrs. Anne Perkins Woodbridge Morse. 11888 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Charles James Morse. 

Descendant of Hon. Jahleel Woodbridge, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Dr. Timothy Woodbridge and Isabella McCurdy, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of John Eliot Woodbridge and Mary M. Horner, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jahleel Woodbridge and Lucy Edwards, his 
wife (daughter of President Jonathan Edwards). 

Jahleel Woodbridge, a graduate of Princeton, was a mem- 
ber of the Provincial Congress. He commanded a company 
of minute men, and served as commissary. He was born at 

Wethersfield, Conn., 1738, and died at Stockb ridge, 1796. 

Also Nos. 5721, 8371. 

Mrs. Rachel Kimberly Hazlehurst. 11889 

Wife of Anderson Hazlehurst. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Kimberly, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of William Kimberly, Jr., and Ann Brown, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William H. Kimberly and Elizabeth Kimberly, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Kimberly and Mabel Kimberly, his 
wife. 

See No. 11093. 

Mrs. Susan Martling Sherman. 11890 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Hiram Sherman. 

Descendant of Abraham Martling, of New York. 
Daughter of John Martling and Mary Scott Lockwood, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Abraham Martling and Fannie Knickerbocker, 
his wife. 

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wounded at the battle of Brandywine. He was born at Tar- 
rytown, 1747, and, 1818, became a pensioner. 

Mrs. Ida Brewster Parker. 11891 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Henry C. Parker. 

Descendant of Ens. Peter West, of New York. 
Daughter of Ethan Allen Brewster and Mary Forsyth, his wife. 
See No. 11493. 

Mrs. Myra Blanche Walker Burpee. 11892 

Born in Illinois. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Clark, Jonathan Giles and 

Capt. James Giles, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Alexander Walker and Venetia R. Hurd, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Hurd and Almira E. Sheldon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Sheldon and Rebecca Giles, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Giles and Elizabeth Clark, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Clark, and of Jonathan Giles. 

James Giles, 1777, at seventeen enlisted from Danvers for 
three years in Capt. Moses Ashley's company, Col. Joseph 
Vose*s regiment, and served in the Burgoyne campaign. He 
was at Stone Arabia, 1780, under Col. John Brown when the 
troops were ambushed and the colonel killed. He was a pen- 
sioner when he died at Herkimer county, N. Y. 

Jonathan Giles served with the Berkshire county minute 
men and turned out at various alarms. 

Samuel Clark commanded a Berkshire county company 
under Col. John Brown and Col. Benjamin Simonds during 
the Revolution. 

Also No. 9031. 

Mrs. Fannie Stevens Woodruff. 11893 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George Lewis Woodruff. 

Descendant of Corp. Richard Stevens and Samuel Sheldon, 
Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles John Stevens and Sara Maranda Sheldon, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edward Stevens and Eunice Robbins, his wife; 
Stevin Sheldon and Clarissa Beach, his v/ife. 



334 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

— 

Gr.-granddaughter of Richard Stevens and Esther Ward, his wife; 
John Sheldon and Sarah Stevens, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sheldon, Jr., and Beulah Jackson, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sheldon and Mehitable 
Strong, his wife. 

Richard Stevens, 1777, enlisted as a private in Capt. Noah 
Lankton's company, and served as corporal under Capt. 
Peter Ingersol, Berkshire troops in the Burgoyne campaign. 
He died at New Marlboro, 1847, aged ninety-seven. 

Samuel Sheldon, Jr., turned out at the Bennington Alarm 
in Col. John Ashley's Berkshire county regiment. He was 

born, 1734, and died at New Marlboro, 1818. 
Also No. 5398. 

Mrs, Annette Guyer Kimball. 11894 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of James Rawson Kimball. 
Descendant of George Holmes, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Samuel Stephen Guyer and Annette Holmes, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Edward Holmes and Mary Moore, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Holmes and Rachel Allen, his wife. 

George Holmes, 1777, at sixteen enlisted under Capt. Na- 
thaniel Goodwin and, 1778, served in the "Cambridge 
Guards" in Capt. Moses Adams' company. He was born at 
Sharon, Mass., and died at Stoddard, N. H., 1843. 

Mrs. Julia Spencer Robinson. iiSqj;' 

Born in Illinois. 
Wife of Dean Tyler Robinson. 

Descendant of Col. Roswell Hopkins, of Vermont. 
Daughter of John Winchell Spencer and Eliza Wilson, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Calvin Spencer and Ruth Hopkins, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Roswell Hopkins, who command- 
ed Dutchess county. New York, troops in the Burgoyne cam- 
paign. He died at Charlotte, Vt., 1827, aged ninety-four. 

Mrs. Gertrude Canfield Bailey. 11896 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Ezra Hunt Bailey. 



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Descendant of Ezra Luther, of Rhode Island. 

Daughter of Joseph Brotherton Canfield and Janet Luther, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Luther and Electa Stout, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Luther and Orpha Palmer, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ezra Luther and Rebecca Sheldon, his 
wife. 

Ezra Luther enlisted as a private in Capt. Benjamin Dia- 
mond's Eleventh Company, Rhode Island militia. He was 
born at Rehoboth, 1751 and died in Cayuga oounty, N. Y. 

Mrs. Josephine Kilbourn Marks, 11897 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Constant Roberts Marks. 

Descendant of Robert Kilbourn, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Russell Kilbourn and Harriet Seeley, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Kilbourn and Sarah Hubbard, his wife. 

Robert Kilbourn was one of six brothers who served in 
the Revolution. He was a private, 1780, in the regiment of 
his brother-in-law, Col. John Brown. He was born, 1764, 
and was a pensioner when he died at Great Barrington, Berk- 
shire county, aged ninety-three. 

Also No. 9546. 

Mrs. Jane Hubbell Smith. 11898 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Daniel Horton Smith. 

Descendant of Capt. Stephen Fay and of Dr. Jonas Fay, of 
Vermont. 

Daughter of Homer Elnathan Hubbell and Maria Gore, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Bildad Hubbell and Polly Fay, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonas Fay and Sarah Fassett, his (first) wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Fay and Ruth Child, his wife. 

Stephen Fay (1715-1781) was a member of the Council of 
Safety. He had five sons at the battle of Bennington and his 
house was headquarters for Gen. John Stark. 

Jonas Fay, who had fought in the early wars, served as sur- 
geon at the capture of Ticonderoga, 1775. He was secretary 
to the convention that framed the State Constitution and for 
seven years member of the State Council. He attended the 



33^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTION. 

Continental Congress as State agent, 1777-82, when he was 
appointed judge. He was born at Hardwick, Mass., 1737, 
and died at Bennington, Vt., 1818. 
Also No. 432. 

Mrs. Jeanie Merrill Ketcham Hibben. 11899 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Thomas Entrekin Hibben. 
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Merrill and Jesse Merrill, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John L. Ketcham and Jane Merrill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Merrill and Lydia Jane Anderson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Merrill and Priscilla Kimball, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Merrill and Abigail Eaton, his 
wife. 

Samuel Merrill served on the Committee of Safety during 

the Revolution. He commanded a company in the Bur- 

goyne campaign and was at the surrender. He was born 

at Haverhill, 1737, where he died, 1801. 

Jesse Merrill when a lad served under his father. 
Also No. 2960. 

Mrs. Adelaide Gallup Dale, 11900 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of Charles Allen Dale. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Gallup, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Franklin Gallup and Sarah E. Burrows, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Gurdon Gallup and Sibyl Capron, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Gallup and Mary Gardiner, his wife. 

Joseph Gallup served under Capt. Abel Spicer, Parson's 
regiment, at the siege of Boston. He commanded a com- 
pany for the rcHef of New York, 1776, in Col. Oliver Smith's 
regiment and with him were his sons John and Gardiner, a 
boy of eleven who served as fifer. He was born at Groton, 
1723, died 1778, and is buried at Pequonoc Bridge, Groton. 

Also No. 4196. 

Miss Alma Winston Wilson. 11901 

Born in Indiana. 
Descendant of William Barbee, of Virginia. 



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Daughter of Lazarus Brown Wilson and Mary Todd Barbee, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Barbee and Alice Bickerton Winston, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Barbee and Mary Smith, his wife. 

William Barbee at seventeen enlisted from Mecklenburg 
county as a private in Col. Lewis B. Burwell's regiment, and 
was with the army that crossed the Delaware Christmas 
night, 1776. He died, 1813, at Troy, Ohio, aged fifty-four, 
from the effects of wounds received in the war of 181 2. 

Also Nos. 7765, 9035. 

Mrs. Julie Sutliffe Barbour. 11902 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of George Rollin Barbour. 

Descendant of Demas Warner and of John Sutlief, of Con- 
necticut. 

Daughter of John H. Sutliflfe and Harriet J. Warner, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joel Warner and Lucinda Bruce, his wife; John 
Sutliffe and Chloe Hopson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Demas Warner and Rhoda Gridley, his wife; 
John Sutlief and Lois Curtis, his wife. 

Demas Warner (1746-1804) was at the battle of Bunker 
Hill in Capt. Noadiah Hooker's company. In 1780 he served 
in the "Levies.'' 

John Sutlief (1744-1816) served as a private in Capt. Sam- 
uel Camp's company, 1777. He turned out with the militia 
when Tryon invaded the State. 



Mrs. Margaret Hooker Bliss. 11903 

Born in Indiana. 
Wife of Henry R. Bliss. 

Descendant of Gilbert Hooker, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Henry Hooker and Clementine Russell, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Azel Hooker and Catherine Ripley, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Gilbert Hooker and Rebecca Andrews, his 
wife. 

Gilbert Hooker, 1776, enlisted at eighteen in Capt. Samuel 
Sloan's company, Col. John Patterson's regiment, and was 
in the battle of Trenton. He served under different com- 
mands to the close of the war. In 1821 he applied for a 
pension from Stillwater, N. Y. 
(22) 



33^ DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Langdon Biggs. 11904 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Thomas Read Biggs. 

Descendant of Capt. John Langdon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elam Potter Langdon and Ann Cromwell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Langdon and Esther Stebbins, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Langdon and Eunice Torrey, his wife. 

John Langdon, who had fought in the early wars, served 
under his brother, Capt. Paul Langdon, at the siege of Bos- 
ton, and in the same company was his son, John Wilson 
Langdon. He subsequently commanded a company in Jack- 
son's additional continental regiment. He was bom at 
Salem, 1728, and died at Wilbraham, 1822. 

Also Nos. 1468, 4885, 5071, 6308, 7868, 9044. 

Mrs. Annie Prewitt Emmal. 11905 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of J. Burt Emmal. 
Descendant of Col. William Edmonson, John Montgomery 

Edmonson and Lieut. James Montgomery, all of Virginia. 

Daughter of Levi Prewitt and Mary Ellen Colman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Chandler Prewitt and Margaret Mont- 
gomery Edmonson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Montgomery Edmonson and Margaret 
Robinson Montgomery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Edmonson and Nancy Mont- 
gomery, his wife; James Montgomery and Mary Robinson, his wife. 

William Edmonson, 1776, commanded a company against 
the Cherokees, and 1779 served under Col. Evan Shelby in 
the Chickamauga expedition. He was major at King's Moun- 
tain and promoted colonel 1783. He was born in Cecil 
county, Md., 1734, and died in Washington county, Va., 1822. 

John Montgomery Edmonson served as a soldier under 
his father and was one of the eight Edmonsons mentioned at 
the battle of King's Alountain. He was killed, 1813, in the 
battle of River Raisin and his name is on the monument 
erected at Frankfort, Kv. 

James Montgomery, 1777-81, served as lieutenant of a state 
regiment. His name is among the list of officers who re- 
ceived Viginia land warrants for service in the Revolution. 

Also Nos. 4073, 8407. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 339 



Mrs. Mattie Ella Wingfield Hoeing. 11906 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Joseph Bernard Hoeing. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Davenport, of Virginia. 

Daughter of John D. Brown and Mary Ann Smith, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter M. Smith and Martha Wingfield Daven- 
port, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Davenport and Mary Bullock, his 
wife. 

William Davenport entered the army as ensign, and, 1777, 
was lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Ridley's company. Fourth 
Regiment of Foot, commanded by Maj. Isaac Beall. He 
served to the surrender of Yorktown. He was born in Vir- 
ginia, 1757, and was a pensioner when he died in Fayette 
county, Ky., 1832. 

Mrs. Virginia Smith Parker. 11907 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Alexander T. Parker. 
Descendant of Lieut. William Davenport. 
Daughter of Peter M. Smith and Martha Wingfield Davenport, his 
wife. 
See No. 11906. 

Mrs. EMiviA Forsyth Colcamp. 11908 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Frederick William Colcamp. 

Descendant of Capt. Robert Forsyth, of Virginia. 

Daughter of George Russell Forsyth and Matilda Nevill, his wife. 

Granddaughter of James Forsyth and Rebecca Rickets, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Forsyth. 

Robert Forsyth, 1778, commanded a company of Lee's 
Battalion, Light Dragoons in the corps called Pulaski's 
Legion. He subsequently served as major of a state regi- 
ment to the close of the war. 

Mrs. Hannah Moore Boswell. 11909 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Hartv/ell Boswell. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Moore and of William 
Grant, of Kentucky. 



340 DAUGHTERS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOIvUTlON. 

Daughter of William Grant Moore and Sarah Banks McConnell, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Whitney Moore and Mary Grant, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Grant, Jr., and Sarah Mosby, his 
wife; William Moore and Hannah Ransdell, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Grant and Elizabeth Boone, his 
wife. 

William Moore, 1776, entered the Virginia Line as ser- 
geant, and in 1780 held the rank of lieutenant. He received 
a grant of land that he located in Kentucky, where he died, 
1 81 8, aged sixty-five. 

William Grant was among the Virginians who emigrated 
to Kentucky, 1779, ^^^ built the fort at Bryan Station. With 
his brother-in-law, Daniel Boone, he was a leading spirit 
in the warfare against the Indians. He died in Kentucky, 
1804, aged seventy-eight. 



Miss Mary Boswell. 11910 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Lieut. William Moore and of Capt. Lemuel 
Barrett, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Hartwell Boswell and Hannah Moore, his wife. 

■Granddaughter of William Grant Moore and Sarah Banks Mc- 
Connell, his wife; William Boswell and Rachel Welch Reese, his 
wife. 

See No. 11909. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Reese and Eleanor Barrett, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Lemuel Barrett. 

Lemuel Barrett, 1776, commanded an independent com- 
pany in the Maryland Line. He died at Cynthiana, Harris- 
son county, Ky. 



Miss Mary Elizabeth Shanklin. 11911 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Col. Joseph Crockett, of Virginia. 
Daughter of George S. Shanklin and Mary Price, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Daniel Branch Price and Eliza Crockett, his 
wife. 
See No. ii459- 



I^IN^AGE BOOK. 341 



Mrs. Nora Ward Dodge. 11912 

Born in California. 

Descendant of Capt. William Bryan and of Daniel Boone 
Bryan, of Kentucky. 

Daughter of Trobridge Ward and Mary Elizabeth Hurst, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Beeler Hurst and Hester Whiting Bryan, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Bryan and Elizabeth Higbee, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Boone Bryan and Elizabeth 
Turner, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Bryan and Mary Boone, his 
wife (sister of Daniel Boong). 

William Bryan was one of four brothers from North Caro- 
lina who settled at Bryan's station, Fayette county, Ky. He 
served in the border warfare until massacred by the Indians 
1780. The Lexington Chapter has erected a monumental 
wall around the spring at Bryan Station. 

Daniel Boone Bryan was a private in the North Carolina 
Line. He was born in North Carolina, I75'8, and died in 
Fayette county, Ky., 1845. 

Also No. 6778. 

Miss Mary Brinker Bryan. 11913 

Born in Kentucky. 

Descendant of Ens. Nathaniel Gist, of North Carolina. 
Daughter of Joseph Henry Bryan and Mary Gist, his wife. 
Granddaughter of William Nathaniel Gist and Mary Brinker, his 
wife. 
See No. 11081. 

Mrs. Julia Lenoir Skinner. 11914 

Born in Missouri. 

Wife of Josiah Burnside Skinner. 

Descendant of Gen. William Lenoir, of North Carolina. 

Daughter of Dr. Waller Thomas Lenoir and Frances Caroline 
Shannon, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Walter Raleigh Lenoir and Sarah Evelina 
Bonchelle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Lenoir and Ann Ballard, his wife. 

William Lenoir, 1776, served as lieutenant in Gen. Griffith 
Rutherford's campaign against the Indians, and commanded 
a company in Col. Benjamin Cleveland's regiment in sub- 
duing the Tories. He was wounded at King's Mountain, 



342 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI^UTION. 

and a horse was shot under him at Haw River, 1781. He 
was born in Brunswick county, Virginia, 1751, and died in 
Wilkes county, N. C, 1839. 
Also No. 6645. 

Mrs. Belle Root Tevis. 11915 

Born in Indiana. 

Wife of William T. Tevis. 

Descendant of Hon. Jesse Root, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James G. Root and Almira D. Baxter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of David Root and Clarissa Buell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Root and Mary Banks, his wife. 

Jesse Root, a graduate of Princeton, raised a company, 
1776, and rose to the rank of coloneL He was a member 
of the Continental Congress, 1778-83. He was bom at 
Coventry, 1736, where he died, 1812. 

Also Nos. 1057, 4214. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hodges Merrill. 11916 

Born in Rhode Island. 
Wife of Dr. Henry P. Merrill. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Isaac Hodges and of Sergt. Isaac 

Hodges, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac A. Hodges and Mary E. Whitman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Isaac Hodges and Fannie Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hodges, Jr., and Chloe Bishop, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Hodges and Mary Pratt, his wife. 

Isaac Hodges commanded a company in the BristcJ coun- 
ty regiment in the defense of Boston. He served in Rhode 
Island, and, 1779, was promoted lieutenant coloneL He was 
born at Norton, 1728, where he died, 1807. 

Isaac Hodges, Jr. (1757-1840), turned out under different 
commands, and served as private and sergeant during the 
war. He was born and died at Norton. 

Miss Clara Edith Davis. 11917 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of James Soule, of Maine. 

Daughter of Joseph Edes Davis and Susan A. Davis, his wife. 



I^INEAGE BOOK. 343 



Granddaughter of William Davis and Desiah Soule, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Soule and Mahala Porter, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Soule and Martha Curtis, his wife. 

James Soule enlisted as a private in Capt. Jeremiah Hill's 

Fourth Company, Col. Edmund Phinney's regiment of Foot, 

which garrisoned Fort George the winter of 1776. He was a 

pensioner when he died at Freeport, 1846. 

Miss Elva Alcena Gilkey. 11918 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Andrews, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Samuel H. Gilkey and Mehitable K. Stearns, his wife. 
Granddaughter of David Stearns and Sarah Andrews, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Abraham Andrews and Esther Andrews, his 
wife. 

Abraham Andrews, 1776, enlisted from Woburn in Capt. 
Joshua Walker's company. Col. David Green's regiment. He 
served as lieutenant of the same company, 1779, under Col. 
Samuel Denny. He was born at Woburn, Mass., 1748, and 
died at Lovell, Me., 1823. 

Miss Harriet Stearns Gilkey. 11919 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Lieut. Abraham Andrews. 

Daughter of Samuel H. Gilkey and Mehitable K. Stearns, his wife. 

See No. 11918. 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bacon. 11920 

Born in Maine. 

Descendant of Hon. Jeremiah Hill, of Maine. 

Daughter of Horace Bacon, M. D., and Mary Emery Coffin, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Edmund Coffin and Mary Smith Hill, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jeremiah Hill and Mary Emery, his wife. 

Jeremiah Hill (1747-1820), commanded a company in Col. 
Edmund Phinney's regiment at Fort George, 1776. He was 
appointed Commissary of Prisoners, 1778, and his diary kept 
at this time is in the possession of the family. He was ad- 
jutant general of the Penobscot expedition, 1779. He is 
buried in the old cemetery at Biddeford. 

Also No. 1766. 



344 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Miss Susan Larkin Magruder. 11921 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Judge David Lynn and of Capt. David 
Lynn, Jr., of Maryland. 

Daughter of Col. David Lynn Magruder, U. S. A., and Mary Cuth- 
bert Larkin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Willson Magruder and Mary Galloway 
Lynn, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Lynn, Jr., and Mary Galloway, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of David Lynn. 

David Lynn was one of the twelve justices of Frederick 
county who repudiated the Stamp Act. His sons, David, 
John and George, served in the army. 

Also Nos. 269, 1904, 5425, 8141. 

David Lynn, Jr., 1776, entered the Flying Camp as ensign 
and at the close of the war commanded a company. He died 
at Cumberland, 1835. 

Miss Mary Lynn Magruder. 11922 

Born in Missouri. 

Descendant of Judge David Lynn and of Capt. David 
Lynn, Jr. 

Daughter of Col. David Lynn Magruder, U. S. A., and Mary 
Cuthbert Larkin, his wife. 

See No. 11921. 

Mrs, Elizabeth Mitchell Cheshire. 11923 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Joseph Blount Cheshire. 

Descendant of Hon. William Thomas, Adj. William 
Thomas, Jr., and Capt. John M-itchell, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Rev. W. A. Mitchell and Susan Thomas, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Thomas and Elizabeth Lansdale, his 
wife; Rev. Richard Henry Barnes Mitchell and Lucinda Compton, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaugliter of William Thomas, Jr., and Catherine Brooke 
Boarman, his wife; John Mitchell and Katherine Barnes, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Thomas and Elizabeth Reeves, 
his wife. 

William Thomas was a member of St. Mary's county Com- 



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mittee of Safety, and served many terms in the House of 
Delegates. He died, 1795, aged eighty-one. 

William Thomas, Jr., served in the militia. He was born 
in St. Mary's county, 1757, where he died, 1813. 

Also Nos. 7166, 9502. 

Jahn Mitchell served in the Maryland Line at the battle of 
Long Island where he was wounded, and commanded a com- 
pany at the close of the war. 

Mrs, Minnie Laura McMichael Allen. 11924 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Elmer Hooker Allen. 

Descendant of Sergt. Jabez Upham and of James Mc- 
Michael, of Maine. 

Daughter of Ephraim K. McMichael and Clementine Averill Hag- 
gett, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John McMichael and Hannah McFarland, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Robert McFarland and Lydia Upham, his 
wife; James McMichael and Sarah Patterson, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jabez Upham and Hannah Burgess, his 
wife. 

Jabez Upham, 1775, enlisted from Greenwich and subse- 
quently served as sergeant in Capt. John Wright's company. 
Col. Elisha Porter's regiment. 

James McMichael, 1778, at the age of seventeen, enlisted 
from Bristol under Capt. Benjamin Lamont. He was at the 
battle of Rhode Island, where Gen. John Sullivan conducted 
the retreat with as much coolness as if the enemy were not 
in the rear. He survived to receive a pension. 

Mrs. Lizzie Knight Butts Bail. 11925' 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of George W. Bail. 

Descendant of Josiah Butt and of Capt. Sherebiah Butt, 
of Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Dyer Butts and Elizabeth Chapman, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Capt. David Butts and Anna Dyer, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Sherebiah Butt and Deborah Knight, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Butt and Elizabeth Williams, Ins 
wife. 



346 DAUGHTERS O? THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Josiah Butt, although an old man, served in the militia, 
as did his seven sons, and ten grandsons. 

Sherebiah Butt commanded a company from Canterbury at 
the Lexington Alarm. He was in the battle of Bunker Hill, 
and turned out at other alarms during the war. He was 
born at Canterbury, 1733, and died there, 1807. 

Also No. 4164. 

Mrs. Edith Sprague McDonald. 11926 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Norman McDonald. 

Descendant of Sergt. Samuel Sprague, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frederick T. Stevens and Mary Louise Nutting, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Stevens and Matilda Sprague, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sprague and Joanna Thayer, his wife. 

Samuel Sprague was one of the "Mohawk Indians" at the 
Tea Party in Boston Harbor. He served as sergeant at the 
battles of Trenton and Princeton. He was born at Hingham, 
1753, and died at Boston, 1844. 

Also No. 6539. 

Mrs. Mary Martin Burdett. 11927 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Wife of Horatio S. Burdett. 

Descendant of Moses Dickinson, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nason C. Martin and Mary Dickinson, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Moses Dickinson and Sally Kinsman, his wife. 

Moses Dickinson, 1776, served as a private in Capt. John 
Dodge's company. Col. Timothy Pickering's regiment. He 
died at Hill, N. H. 

Mrs. Myra Jane Boomer Reynolds. 11928 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Josiah K. Reynolds. 

Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Boomer, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Job Boomer and Adaline Freelove, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joshua Boomer and Dinah Boomer, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Ephraim Boomer and Abigail Crocker, his 
wife. 
Ephraim Boomer, 1780, enlisted at seventeen, and was 



LINEAGE BOOK. 347 



coxswain of a barge at West Point that often carried Wash- 
ington across the Hudson. He served under different com- 
mands to the close of the war. He was a pensioner when he 
died at Fall River, 1856. 

■ 

Mrs. Addie Crocker Boomer Campbell. 11929 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Widow of Charles F. Campbell. 
Descendant of Sergt. Ephraim Boomer. 
Daughter of Job Boomer and Adaline Freelove, his wife. 
See No. 11928. 

Mrs. Clara Wentworth Jackson. 11930 

Born in Maine. 

Wife of Dr. John Henry Jackson. 

Descendant of Capt. Nathaniel Cousins, of Maine. 

Daughter of George Wentworth and Sophia Thatcher Lovejoy, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Wentworth and Olive Cousins, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Cousins and Catherine Lassell, his 
wife. 

Nathaniel Cousins, 1775, entered the army as ensign, and, 
1776, was lieutenant of Capt. Tobias Lord's company. In 
the Penobscot expedition, 1779, he commanded a company 
in the York county regiment. He was a pensioner when he 
died, 1832, at an advanced age. 

Mrs. Jennie Leprelet Neill Emery. 11931 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of William N. Emery. 

Descendant of Timothy Conant, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Joseph Oren Neill and Mary Jane Conant, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Prelet Drake Conant and Jane Monroe Rounds, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Conant and Achsah Eliza Perry, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Timothy Conant and Sarah Haskins, his 
wife. 

Timothy Conant (1752-1826), enlisted as a private, 1776, 



348 DAUGHTERS 01^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

and served for two years under Col. Thomas Carpenter. He 
turned out from Rehoboth at various Rhode Island Alarms. 
Also No. 8788. 

Mrs. Mary Caroline Smith Savage. ii9:j2 

Born in Iowa. 

Wife of James Francis Savage. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Maxham, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ansel Smith Maxham and Caroline Moody, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Maxham and Mary ShurtleflF, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Maxham and Margaret Lucas, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Maxham and Elizabeth Maxham, 
his wife. 

Samuel Maxham was a private under Capt. Isaac Wood 
at the siege of Boston, and with Capt. Joseph Parker in 
Rhode Island. He turned out at various alarms and, 1778, 
was corporal in Capt. Job Pierce's company. He died at 
Middleboro, 1820, aged seventy-two. 

Mrs. Josephine Agnes Williams. 11933 

Born in Vermont. 
Wife of Charles Morrill Williams. 

Descendant of Capt. Antoine Paulint, of New York. 
Daughter of Julius Paulint and Rosalie Dumas, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Peter Paulint and Catharine Fesette, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Antoine Paulint and Theotiste Cotares, his 
wife. 

Antoine Paulint, who was bom in France, enlisted 1775, 
and commanded ^a company in Col. Moses Hazen's Canadian 
regiment. He served until the surrender at Yorktown, and 
the land given him he located at Coopersville, Clinton coun- 
ty, where he died, 1816, aged seventy-nine. 



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Mrs. Julia Ann Davis. 11934 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Nathaniel Davis. 

Descendant of Corp. Samuel Sprake, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of William Woods and Betsey Sprake, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Sprake, Jr., and Anna Sprake (cousin), 
his wife. 



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Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Sprake and Judith Pollard, his wife. 

Samuel Sprake was a minute man at Bunker Hill, and the 
siege of Boston, in Capt. Jonathan Stickney's company, 
Bridge's regiment. He was born at Billerica, 1725, where 
he died, 1819. 

Also Nos. 7201, 9088. 

Mrs. Gertrude Boyden Whittier. 1193^ 

Born in Vermont. 

Wife of Nelson Whittier. 

Descendant of Brig. Gen. Josiah Whitney, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Daughter of William Boyden and Susan Adams, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Adams and Susannah Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Whitney and Sarah Dwelly, his (sec- 
ond) wife. 

See 1 1626. 

Miss Ethel Livingston. 11936 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Asa Leveston, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of William Edward Livingston and Mary L. C. King, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of William Livingston and Mary Ann Johnson, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Livinston (Leveston) and Sarah 
Slater, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Leveston and Olive Leveston, his 
wife. 

Asa Leveston, 1775, enHsted in Cap.t. Benjamin Walker's 

company, Col. Ebenezer Bridge's regiment. He was born 

at Tewksbury, 1755, where he died 1806. 

Miss Carrie A. Brewster. 11937 

Born in Minnesota. 

Descendant of Corp. Jasper Pratt, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of George H. Brewster and Martha Smith, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George S, Brewster and Adeline Stone, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of George Brewster and Abigail Pratt, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jasper Pratt and Abigail Butler, his wife. 
Jasper Pratt was corporal in Capt. Robert ,Warner*s com- 



350 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

pany, Col. Samuel Wylly's regiment at the Danbury raid, and 
served to the close of the war. He was a pensioner when he 
died at Cornwall, 1833, aged seventy-seven. 

Mrs. Helen Pratt Jameson. 11938 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Harold H. Jameson. 

Descendant of Sergt. Rufus Cobb, Stephen Jones and 
Corp. Nathaniel Randall, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Charles Pratt and Sarah Cobb, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleazer Pratt and Mary Jones, his wife; William 
Cobb and Sarah Randall, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Jones and Anna Brooks, his wife; 
and of Rufus Cobb; and of Nathaniel Randall. 

Stephen Jones, 1776, served as corporal, and, 1778, was 
sergeant in Capt. George Minot's company. He was born 
at Concord, 1746, where he died, 1811. 

Also No. 8426. 

Rufus Cobb was a minute man from Taunton and turned 

out at various alarms. 
Nathaniel Randall served as corporal from Pembroke. 

Mrs. Anna J. Brooks Adams. 11939 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Charles H. Adams. 

Descendant of John Brooks and of John Brooks, Jr., of 
Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Levi Brooks and Nancy More, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonas Brooks and Anna Prentiss, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks, Jr., and Sarah Wood, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Brooks and Eunice Derby, his wife. 

John Brooks, 1778, enlisted in Capt. John White's com- 
pany, Col. Abijah Stearns' regiment. He was born at Con- 
cord, 1728, and died at Westminister, 1784. His son, John, 
with two brothers, served from Winchendon. 

Mrs. Delia Carter Bouve. 11940 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Allston Gray Bouve. 

Descendant of John Baker, of Massachusetts. 



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Daughter of John Kelso Lord Baker and Cornelia Carter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Baker and Nancy Lord, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Baker and Mary Flagg, his wife. 

John Baker was a matross at the siege of Boston under 
Col. Richard Gridley. He enlisted, 1777, in the Q>ntinental 
army, served in the artillery for nearly three years and was 
lamed for life by wounds received in battle. He was born 
at Lynn, Mass., 1753, and was editor of the "Falmouth 
Gazette" when he died at Portland, Maine, 1807. 

Also Nos. 318, 10126. 

Mrs. Maria J. Bancroft Austin. 11941 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of H. K. Austin. 

Descendant of Lieut. Joseph Bancroft, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Nathan Bancroft and Elizabeth R. Foster, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Bancroft and Rhoda Bancroft, his wife. 

Gr.-granddiaughter of Timothy Bancroft and Lydia Parker, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Bancroft and Elizabeth Temple, 
his wife. 

Joseph Bancroft was sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and, 

1777, served as lieutenant in Capt. Abraham Foster's com- 
pany, Middlesex county regiment. He was born at Reading, 
1735, where he died, 1825. 
Also No. 6060. 

Mrs, Carrie Williams Clapp Fuller. 11942 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of A. D. Fuller. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Clapp, Sylvanus Clapp and Gen. 
Josiah Whitney, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Frank Allen Clapp and Juletta Sylvester, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Robert Sylvester and Sarah Burgess, his wife; 
Nathaniel B. Clapp and Anna B. Clapp, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Loammi Burgess and Sarah Whitney, his 
wife; Nathaniel Clapp and Anna Briggs, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Whitney and Sarah Dwelly, his 
second wife; and of Sylvanus Clapp. 

See Nos. 11626, 11935. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Clapp and Desire Bourne, 
his wife. 



352 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Nathaniel Clapp served on the Scituate Committee of 
Safety and Correspondence. 

Sylvanus Clapp turned out at the Lexington and Rhode 
Island Alarms. He was born at Scituate, 1742, where he 
died, 181 1. 



Mrs. Ellen Maria Temple Bancroft. 11943 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Solon Bancroft. 
Descendant of Corp. John Temple, Caleb Parker and Sergt. 

William Bickford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Abraham Temple and Cassandana Bickford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jonathan Temple and Lucinda Parker, his wife; 
William Bickford, Jr., and Betsey White ,his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Temple and Hannah Nichols, his wife; 
Caleb Parker and Hannah Garfield, his wife; William Bickford and 
Tabatha Parker, his wife. 

John Temple (1738-1821), turned out at the Lexington 
Alarm in Capt. Thomas Eaton's company. He was born and 
died at Reading. 

Caleb Parker (1743-1820), served as a minute man, 1775, 
and met the enemy on their retreat from Concord. 

William Bickford (1743-1832), who had served in the 
French war, was sergeant in Capt. Elisha Jackson's com- 
pany, Worcester county regiment, 1777. 



Mrs. Minnie F. Lombard Davies. 11944 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of John Wesley Davies. 

Descendant of Jonathan Gile, of New Hampshire. 

Daughter of Cyrus Shaw Lombard and Hannah Lyford Gile, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Enoch Gile and Polly Lyford, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Gile and Sarah Sherburne, his wife. 

Jonathan Gile, 1777, turned out for the relief of Ticonder- 
oga, and served under Capt. Benjamin Sias in the Burgoyne 
campaign. He was born at Hampstead, 1740. 

Also No. 9985. 



LINKAGE BOOK. 353 



Miss Laura E. Parker. 11945' 

Born in New Hampshire. 

Descendant of Corp. William Danforth, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Elkanah P. Parker and Sabra Lund, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Lund and Orpah Danforth, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Danforth and Lucy Pollard, his wife. 

William Danforth served at Bunker Hill, the siege of Bos- 
ton, the Burgoyne campaign, and, 1778, was with Sullivan 
in the Rhode Island expedtion. He was born at Billerica, 
1757, and died at Litchfield, N. H., 1804. 

Mrs* Susan Augusta Davis Conant. 11946 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Wife of Luther Conant. 

Descendant of Seth Bradford, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Ebenezer Davis and Susannah Bradford, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Bradford and Abigail Bailey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Bradford and Lydia Southworth, his 
wife. 

Seth Bradford turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Benjamin Wadsworth's company, Col. James Warren's Ply- 
mouth county regiment. He was born at Duxbury, 1733, 
where he died, 1823. 

Miss Abigail Jaquith. 11947 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Capt. Joshua Walker, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Franklin Jaquith and Lucy Walker, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Samuel Walker and Mary Reed, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Walker and Mary Proctor, his wife. 

Joshua Walker, who had fought in the French war, served 
as lieutenant at the battle of Lexington. He commanded 
a company of Middlesex county militia under Col. David 
Green during the war. He was born at Woburn, 1729, where 
he died, 1798. His son Joshua served as a sergeant. 

Also No. 10045. 

Mrs. Effie A. Ward Rideout. 11948 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Wife of Frank H. Rideout. 
(23) 



354 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Whitney and of Isaac Whit- 
more, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Isaac D. Ward and Rebecca Gushing, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Ward and Sally Whitmore, his wife; 
Laban Gushing and Nancy Whitney, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Whitmore and Rebecca Foster, his 
wife; Silas Whitney and Sarah Withington, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Whitney and Abigail Fletcher, 
his wife. 

Isaac Whitmore was at the battle of Bunker Hill and the 
siege of Boston. He served at 'White Plains and at Trenton 
and Princeton. He was a pensioner when he died at Ash- 
burnham, 1847, aged ninety-two. 

Samuel Whitney (1719-82), was a patriot of Weston, where 
he lived and died. 

Mrs. Sarah Pillsbury Gale. 11949 

Born in Minnesota. 

Wife of Edward Chenery Gale. 

Descendant of Capt. Caleb Pillsbury and of Micajah Pills- 
bury, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of John S. Pillsbury and Mahala Fisk, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Pillsbury and Susan Wadleigh, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Micajah Pillsbury and Sarah Sargent, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Pillsbury and Sarah Ejimball, his 
wife. 

Caleb Pillsbury (1717-78), commanded a company of min- 
ute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was a member of the 
provincial congress and of the General Court. 

Micajah Pillsbury was a private in Capt. Oliver Titcomb's 
company, raised for guarding prisoners after the surrender 
of Burgoyne. 

Mrs. Laura Moss Stephens. 119J0 

Born in Missouri. 
Wife of Edwin W. Stephens. 
Descendant of Maj. Hugh Moss, of Virginia. 
Daughter of James Hugh Moss and Susan Woodson, his wife 
Granddaughter of Dr. James Winn Moss and Mary Woodson, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Hugh Moss and Jane Ford, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 355 



Hugh Moss served from Goochland county in the Virginia 
Line, and was wounded at the battle of Brandywine. * He 
was with the suffering army at Valley Forge, and died from 
effects of wounds and exposure, March, 1780. 

Also Nos. 1844, 2952, 5065, 6841, 7310. 

Mrs. Mary Moss Hunton McCune. 119^1 

Born in Louisiana. 
Widow of Henry Harrison McCune. 
Descendant of Maj. Hugh Moss. 
Daughter of Logan Hunton and Mary Moss, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Dr. James Winn Moss and Mary Woodson, his 
wife. 
See No. 11950. 

Mrs. Louise B. Weir Reeves. ii95'2 

Born in Kentucky. 

Wife of William Dickson Reeves. 

Descendant of Maj. Roger Johnson, of Maryland. 

Daughter of Col. Edward Rumsey Weir and Eliza Triplett Johnson, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. John Milton Johnson and Elizabeth Prince 
Earle, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. James Johnson and Jane Leeper, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Roger Johnson and Elizabeth Thomas, 
his wife. 

Roger Johnson (1749-1831), was major of Frederick county 
militia, 1776. He was one of seven brothers, Thomas, Benja- 
min, John, James, Joshua and Baker, and all gave official 
service during the Revolution. The Frederick Chapter has 
placed a marble block at the tomb of Thomas Johnson, the 
eldest brother, who was the first governor of Maryland. 

Also Nos. 413, 9858. 

Mrs. Candace Adaline Mack Barker. 119^3 

Born in New Hampshire. 
Wife of Frederick Adams Barker. 

Descendant of Maj. David Wilder, of Massachusetts. 
Daughter of Capt. Solomon Mack and Adaline Knight, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Joseph Knight and Anna Wilder, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of David Wilder and Lucy Joslin, his wife. 



356 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



David Wilder, 1775, commanded a company in Col. Asa 
* Whitcomb's regiment for the defense of Boston. He was 
appointed major, 1779, in the Eighth Regiment of Worcester 
county. He died at Leominster, 1814, aged seventy-four. 

Miss Bessie V. Osgood. 119J4 

Born in Massachusetts. 
Descendant of William Child and of Edmund Billings, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of George Marion Osgood and Elizabeth Bush Sargent, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Solomon Sargent and Persis Child, his wife; 
Benjamin Franklin Osgood and Melinda Mann, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Child and Bethiah Howard, his wife; 
Nathaniel Mann and Abigail Billings, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edmund Billings and Theodora Dyer, his 
wife. 

William Child (1759-1836), entered the army as a private, 
1777, and, 1778, enlisted for three years in Capt. Josiah Wil- 
der's company, Worcester county regiment. 

Edmund Billings (1731-98), was captain of a company un- 
der Ool. Jonathan Bass, 1776, and, 1778, served as lieutenant 
colonel of Col. Jonathan Reed's Suffolk county regiment. 

Miss Fanny Azubah Osgood. 1195^ 

Born in Massachusetts. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. Edmund Billings and of William 

Child. 

Daughter of George Marion Osgood and Elizabeth Bush Sargent, 
his wife. 

See No. 11954. 

Mrs. Harriet Mellick Schuyler. 1191J6 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Aaron Mellick, Capt. Hugh Dunn, Capt. 
Matthew Freeman, Ezekiel Ayres and John Dunham, of New 
Jersey. 

Daughter of Andrew D. Mellick and Elizabeth Dunn Ayres, his 

wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 357 



Granddaughter of Daniel Mellick and Catherine Johnston La Rue, 
his wife; Simeon Ayres and Abigail Dunham, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Aaron Mellick and Charlotte Miller, his wife; 
James Dunham and Ursula Dunn, his wife. 

See No. 11141. 

Aaron Mellick (1725-1809), was a member of the Commit- 
tee of Observation of Bedminster township, 1775. 

Mrs. Linzee Watson King. 11957 

Born in Florida. 

Wife of William Roberts King. 

Descendant of Benjamin Tainter, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Birch Watson and Harriet Augusta Tainter, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Tainter and Deborah Merritt, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Tainter and Margaret Hinds, his 
wife. 

Benjamin Tainter, 1775, enlisted as a fifer in a company of 
minute men under Capt. Seth Morse. He was at the battle 
of Bennington in Capt. Timothy Brigham's company, and in 
the Rhode Island campaign. He died at Carthage, Maine, 
1844, aged ninety-one. His brothers Jonathan and Stephen 
also served during the war. 

Miss Bertha Brooke Watson. 119^8 

Born in Georgia. 

Descendant of Benjamin Tainter. 

Daughter of Richard Birch Watson and Harriet Augustus Tainter, 
his wife. 
See No. 11957. 

Miss Kornelia T. Andrews. 119^9 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Col. Nathaniel Scudder and of Col. Philip 
Johnston, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Robert Emmet Andrews and Matilda Fonda, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jacob Douw Fonda and Cornelia Scudder, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Scudder and Maria Johnston, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Scudder and Isabella Anderson, 
his wife; Philip Johnston and Rachel Stewart, his wife. 



358 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



Nathaniel Scudder, in command of militia, was killed in a 
skirmish \rith British troops at Shrewsbury, New Jersey, Oc- 
tober i6, 1781. He was bom in Monmouth county, 1733, 
and is buried in the Old Tennent church yard. 

Philip Johnston served as colonel of the First New Jersey 
regiment. When told by Gen. Sullivan to take a certain po- 
sition at the battle of Long Island, he replied that it would 
be at the sacrifice of his life and his brave men. The proph- 
ecy proved true, as but one man escaped. He was bom at 

Sidney, 1741. 
Also No. 610. 

Mrs. Anna Van Ness De Lamater. 11960 

Bom in New York. 

Wife of Ezra De Lamater. 

Descendant of Lieut. John Van Xess, of New York. 

Daughter of Sherman Van Ness and Clarissa A. Rich, his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Isaac Van Xess and Martha Sherman, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Van Ness and Rachel Banks, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Van Ness and Sarah Van Alen, 
his wife. 

John Van Xess, 1775, entered the ser^'ice as ensign of the 
Fifth Company, Kinderhook district, Albany county militia, 
was promoted to lieutenant and served through the war. He 
was born at Chatham, 1723, where he died, 1800. 

Mrs. Lucinda Van Ness Rockefeller. 11961 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Claudius Rockefeller. 
Descendant of Lieut. John Van Ness. 

Daughter of Sherman Van Ness and Clarissa A. Rich, his wife. 
See No. 11960. 

Mrs. Harriet Bedford Leighton. 11962 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of Edward F. Leighton. 

Descendant of Capt. William Hooker Smith, M. D., CoL 
Phineas Porter andd Col. Jonathan Baldwin, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Andrew Bedford, M. D., and Mary Porter, his wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 359 



Granddaughter of Jacob Bedford and Deborah Sutton, his wife; 
Orlando Porter and Olivia M. Frost, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of James Sutton and Sarah Smith, his wife; 
Phineas Porter and Melicent Baldwin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Baldwin and Mary Bronson, 
his wife; and of William Hooker Smith. 

See No. 11742. 

Phineas Porter (1739-1804), entered the army as captain 
and was major at the battle of Long Island. He was cap- 
tured at Kip's Bay, September 15, 1776, and when exchanged 
was promoted and served to the close of the war. The Meli- 
cent Porter Chapter at Waterbury has placed a tablet in the 
Bronson library to these patriots. 

Jonathan Baldwin (1722-1802), commanded a regiment to 
guard the Highlands in the Burgoyne campaign. He served 
when Tryon invaded the state. 

Also Nos. 3251, 4001, 4396. 

Miss Georgianna Ring Green. 11963 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Joseph Ring, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Robert Green and Nancy Jane Ring, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Ring and Nancy Pomeroy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Ring and Penelope Patch, his wife. 

Joseph Ring served as a private, as did his brothers Eleazer 
and Jonathan. He enlisted for three years in Col. James 
Wesson's regiment, which lost heavily at Monmouth. He 
died at Worthington, 1796, aged forty-five. 

Also Nos. 1644, 3141. 

Mrs. Eliza Newcomb Alexander. 11964 

Born in Louisiana. 

Widow of Junius B. Alexander. 

Descendant of Hezekiah Newcomb, Capt. Nathaniel Cush- 
man and Nathaniel Cushman, Jr., of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Francis Dana Newcomb and Maria Louisa Moore, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Richard English Newcomb and Phoebe Cush- 
man, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Hezekiah Newcomb and Lydia Hunt, his 
wife; Nathaniel Cushman and Phebe Newcomb, his wife. 

See No. 11075. 



36o DAUGHTE^RS OF TH^ AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hezekiah Newcomb was selectman and treasurer of Ber- 
nardstown. He was a member of the General Court and 
commissioner to hire men to serve in the army. He died at 
Bernardstown, 1821, aged seventy-four. 

Mrs. Elisabeth Woodworth Addison. 11965 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Edward Warren Addison. 

Descendant of Peter Van Buskirk, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of William G. Woodworth and Cornelia Van Buskirk, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Van Buskirk and Rebecca Demarest, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Van Buskirk and Sally Baldwin, his 
wife. 

Peter Van Buskirk, 1779, at the age of seventeen, enlisted 
in Callender's company, commanded by Baron de Kalb. He 
served two enlistments during the war. When over eighty 
he applied for a pension, which he received until his death. 
Washington's army was encamped on the farm of his parents 
in Bergen county and they gave freely to the troops. 

Mrs. Harriet Weed Yawger, 11966 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Thomas Jefferson Yawger. 

Descendant of Reuben Weed, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Charles H. Weed and Sarah Miller, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Seth Weed and Eliza Weed, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Weed and Judith Weed, his wife. 

Reuben Weed, 1781, enlisted from Stamford at the age of 
sixteen in Capt. Reuben Scofield's company, and turned out 
at alarms to the close of the war. He was a pensioner when 
he died at Springport, N. Y., 1848. 

Mrs.. Minnie Dunbar Huddleston Rogers. 11967 

Born in Minnesota. 
Wife of George Pomeroy Rogers. 

Descendant of Capt. Seth Deming, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of Thomas R. Huddleston and Julia M. Dunbar, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Lyman Dunbar and Cornelia M. Deming, his 
wife. 



LINEAGE BOOK. 361 



Gr. -granddaughter of Seth Deming and Sophia Galpin, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Seth Deming and Hannah Gilbert, his 
wife. 

Seth Deming served as lieutenant in Sheldon's Light Horse 
and rose to the rank of captain. He was born 1748. 

Mrs. Nancy Maria Empey Edic. 11968 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Edward Edic. 

Descendant of Capt. Daniel Putnam and of WilHam Whit- 
comb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Richard Empey and Elima Putnam, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Putnam and Keziah Pollard, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of William Pollard and Hannah Whitcomb, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Whitcomb and Hannah Whit- 
comb, his wife. 

Daniel Putnam enlisted as a private in Capt. Manasseh 
Sawyer's company, Col. Nicholas Dike's regiment, 1776, and 
was promoted to lieutenant. He was born at Sudbury, 1755, 
and died at Windham, Vt., 1819. 

Also Nos. 7286, 10666. 

William Whitcomb served several terms in the General 
Court. He died at Ashburnham, 1792. 

Mrs. Carrie Phelps Conant. 11969 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Eugene H. Conant. 

Descendant of Sergt. Daniel Parke, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albro Phelps and Mary Ann Phelps, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Phelps and Sally Parke, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Parke and Esther Ranney, his wife. 

Daniel Parke turned out at the Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
Silas Dunham's company. He served under different com- 
mands, and, 1777, enlisted for three years under Capt. Robert 
Warner, and was at Valley Forge. He was born at East 
Haddam, 1758, and was a pensioner when he died at Cam- 
den, N. Y., 1836. 

Mrs. Emma S. Phelps Frisbie. 11970 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Willard J. Frisbie. 



362 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOI.UTION. 

Descendant of Sergt. Danield Parke, Stephen Taft, and 
Silas Taft, of Massachusetts ; Moses Fish, Thomas Fish and 
Sergt. WilHam Avery, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Albert Phelps and Martha Lathrop Fish, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Jesse Fish and Mercy Taft, his wife; Benjamin 
Phelps and Sally Parke, his wife. 

See No. 11969. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dan Taft and Sarah Comstock, his wife; 
Moses Fish and Mary Avery, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Silas Taft and Elizabeth Cruff, his wife; 
Thomas Fish and Jemima Morgan, his wife; William Avery and 
Abigail Williams, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Stephen Taft and Mary Taft, his wife. 

Stephen Taft (1710-1803), was a minute man from Ux- 
bridge at the Lexington Alarm. 

Silas Taft served at the Lexington and Rhode Island 
Alarms under different commands. 

Moses Fish served in the ranks during the Revolution. He 
was born at Groton, Conn., 1758, and was a pensioner when 
he died at Rome, N. Y., 1836. 

Thomas Fish turned out in Capt. Z. Hungerford's com- 
pany. Col. Samuel McClellan's regiment, when Arnold at- 
tacked New London. 

William Avery, 1776, served in Capt. Edward Rogers' 
company, Col. Fisher Gay's regiment, at Long Island. 

Mrs. Sarah Bertha Brandreth Weld, 11971 

Born in New York. 
Wife of De Witt C. Weld, Jr. 
Descendant of Dr. Thomas Flint, of Maine. 
Daughter of William Brandreth and Sarah Louise Flint, his wife. 
Granddaughter of George Barstow Flint and Sarah Daniel Flint, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Eben Flint and Martha Barstow, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Flint and Lydia Pope, his wife. 

Thomas Flint served as surgeon on a privateer during the 
Revolution. He was born at North Reading, Mass., 1733, ^ind 
died at Nobleborough, 1800. 

Mrs. Mary Reeve Comstock. 11972 

Born in New York. 
Wife of William H. Comstock. 



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Descendant of Benjamin Sanders, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Parker Reeve and Mary Ann Sanders, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Daniel Sanders and Delany Pierce, his wife. 

Great-granddaughter of Benjamin Sanders, who enlisted 
1777 for three years in Capt. Joseph Fox's company, Col. 
Henry Jackson's regiment. He died at Swansey, 1801. 

Mrs. Cornelia Douglas Curran. 11973 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of George Langford Curran. 

Descendant of Solomon Hunt, of New York. ^ 

Daughter of Isaac Hatch Douglas and Marjorie McCune, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Benjamin Douglas and Mary Sutton Hunt, his 
wife. 
Gr.-granddaughter of Solomon Hunt and Mary Sutton, his wife. 

Solomon Hunt served several enlistments under different 
commands in the Continental Line during the Revolution. 
He was a prominent patriot of Westchester county, where he 
was born, 1743, and died, 1814. 

Mrs. Mary Louise Shepard Warren. 11974 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Gilbert W. Warren. 

Descendant of Willard Eddy, of New York. 

Daughter of Floyd Cushman Shepard and Lydia Louise Beardsley, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Joseph Beardsley and Elizabeth Eddy, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Willard Eddy and Dorcas Mathewson, his 
wife. 

Willard Eddy, 1776, at the age of sixteen enlisted in Capt. 
Nathan Blackman's company. Col. Christopher Lippitt's 
Rhode Island regiment, which rendered important service at 
Trenton and Princeton. He subsequently enlisted as a ma- 
rine and served on the "Providence" and "Boston." He was 
blockaded in Charleston harbor, taken prisoner and sent to 
Philadelphia for exchange, and his discharge papers are now 
in the family. He died at Richfield N. Y., 1854. 

Also No. 7294. 

Miss Sophia Bagg. 1197^ 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Maj Asa Brigham, of New Hampshire. 



364 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Daughter of Moses Mears Bagg and Maria Rachel Farwell, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Samuel Farwell and Philomela Trowbridge, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Moors Farwell and Thankful Brigham, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Brigham and Mary Newton, his wife. 

Asa Brigham served in the Burgoyne campaign in Col. 
Moses Nichols' regiment, Stark's brigade. He died, 1777, 
aged fifty-six. It was a family of patriots, as his sons, Ste- 
phen, Alpheus, Leonard and Lyman, were soldiers. 

Miss Mary Spencer Bagg. 11976 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Maj. Asa Brigham. 

Daughter of Moses Mears Bagg and Maria Rachel Farwell, his 
wife. 
See No. 11975. 

Miss Frances Eliza Hickox. 11977 

Born in New York. 

Descendant of Capt. Eli. Butler, of Connecticut. 
Daughter of William Butler Hickox and Edith Wheeler Murray, 
his wife. 
Granddaughter of William W. Hickox and Eliza Butler, his wife. 
Gr.-granddaugher of John Butler and Hannah Todd, his wife. 
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eli Butler and Rachel Stocking, his wife. 
See No. 11261. 

Mrs. M. Louise Perry Beardsley. 11978 

Born in New York. 

Wife of Bruce B. Beardsley. 

Descendant of Dr. Gershom Beardsley, of New York; 
Perez Chesebrough, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Hunter Perry and Julia A. Chesebrough, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Marcus Aurelius Perry and Linda Rosetta 
Beardsley, his wife; Jedediah Chesebrough and Thankful Fowler, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. Gershom Beardsley and Rosetta Evans, 
his wife; Perez Chesebrough and Priscilla Thompson, his wife. 

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Col. Samuel H. Parson's regiment, and served three years. 
He was bom at Middleburg, Vt., 1753, and was a pensioner 
when he died at Sangerfield, 1826. 

Perez Chesebrough, 1780, at eighteen, enlisted for the de- 
fense of Stonington and served one year. He reenlisted as a 
sailor on a privateer, was twice captured and once impris- 
oned on the "Jersey,'' from which he made his escape. He 
was a pensioner when he died, 185 1. 

Also No. 6735. 

Mrs. May Lovell Rhodes. 11979 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Lieut. Edward Downs and of Sergt. Jesse 
Downs, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Oliver S. Lovell and Sarah Jane Russell, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Oliver Lovell and Clarissa Downs, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse Downs and Naomi Taunt, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Edward Downs and Miriam (Mary) Jor- 
dan, his wife. 

Edward Downs turned out from Stoughton and served as 
a minute man during the Revolution. 

Jesse Downs, 1780, enlisted as a private, served several 
enlistments under different commands, and at the close of the 
war held the rank of sergeant. He was born in Norfolk 
county, Mass., 1764, and died at Cincinnati, Ohio, 1826. 

Mrs. Mary Slocomb Cotton. 11980 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of David Barnes Cotton. 

Descendant of Maj. Gen. Joseph Spencer, of Connecticut; 
Capt. Jacob Packard, Seth Bailey, Joseph Cone and William 
Slocomb, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Silas Slocomb and Deborah Packard Cone, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Timothy Cone and Sarah Howard Bailey, his 
wife; William Slocomb and Jerusha Richardson, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Seth Bailey and Deborah Packard, his wife; 
Joseph Cone and Martha Brainard Spencer, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Packard; Joseph Spencer and 
Martha Brainard, his wife; Adam Bailey and Sarah Howard, his 
wife. 

Joseph Spencer, who cammanded a regiment at the Lex- 



366 DAUGHTERS OF THK AMERICAN RKVOI.UTION. 

ington Alarm, was one of the eight brigadier generals ap- 
pointed in the organization of the Continental army, and 
was promoted major general the following year. He was 
born at East Haddam, 1714, and died there 1789. 

Also Nos. 1287, 2310, 4086, 5566, 6638, 8367. 

Seth Bailey served in the militia and on the Easton Com- 
mittee of Safety. He was born at Scituate, 1747. His 
brother Adams gave distinguished service. 

Joseph Cone served in the navy and was lost in action. 

William Slocomb was a minute man and turned out under 
different commands. He was a pensioner when he died at 
Sutton, 1842, aged ninety-two. 

Jacob Packard served on the Committee of Correspon- 
dence of Easton. 

Mrs. Frances Mary Treat Doane. 11981 

Born in Connecticut. 

Wife of William Howard Doane. 

Descendant of Col. Samuel Mott, James Treat and Jonah 
Witter, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of James Stanton Treat and Frances A. Witter, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Amos Witter and Fannie Mott, his wife; James 
Treat and Mary Stanton, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Mott and Abigail Ayer Stanton, his 
wife; Jonah Witter and Eunice Cady, his wife. 

Samuel Mott (1737-1813), served as chief engineer at the 
siege of St. Johns, Canada, 1775. He commanded a regiment 
in the Burgoyne campaign and served to the close of the war. 

Jonah Witter (1758-1847), enlisted in Capt. WiUiam 
Smith's company. Col. John Douglas' regiment and served 
nearly a year. He survived to receive a pension. 

James Treat, 1779-82, served three enlistments in the Coast 
Guard. He was born at Preston, 1763, and was a pensioner 
when he died there, 1852. 

Also No. 6597. 

Mrs. Alice Hutchins Noyes. 11982 

Born in Connecticut. 
Wife of Joseph C. Noyes. 

Descendant of Amasa Hutchins, Elias Woodward, Corp. 



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John Gallup and Capt. Benjamin Bacon, all of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Joseph Hutchins, Jr., and Lucy R. Woodward, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Lemuel Woodward and Bridget Gallup, his wife; 
Joseph Hutchins and Nancy Bacon, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Gallup and Lydia Clark, his wife; EHas 
Woodward and Bethiah Cleft, his wife; Amasa Hutchins and Hannah 
Leffingwell, his wife; Benjamin Bacon and Irene Farnham, his wife. 

Amasa Hutchins (1748-1826), enlisted in Capt. Stephen 
Crosby's company, Col. Comfort Sage's, regiment to re- 
enforce the army, 1776, and the captain was killed in the 
retreat from New York. 

Ellas Woodward (1741-1825), served as quartermaster of 
Col. John Douglas' regiment at the siege of Boston. 

John Gallup (1750-1835), was corporal in Webb's regiment 
for the relief of Boston, and, 1776, served in the New York 
campaign. He was a pensioner when he died at Plainfield. 

Benjamin Bacon (1757-1826), commanded a company from 
Canterbury for the relief of Boston at the Lexington Alarm. 

Miss Margaret Nye. 11983 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Descendant of Ebenezer Nye, and of Benjamin Allen, of 

Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Henry Nye and Jane Denneston, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Paul Nye and Abigail Allen, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Allen and Sarah Kirkland, his wife; 
and of Ebenezer Nye. 

Ebenezer Nye and Benjamin Allen turned out at the Fal- 
mouth and Dartmouth Alarms in different companies com- 
manded by Col. Freeman. 

Miss Martha Allen. 11984 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Ebenezer Nye and of Benjamin Allen. 
Daughter of Samuel B. Allen and Bertha Nye, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Paul Nye and Abigail Allen, his wife. 
See No. 11983. 

Mrs. Mabel B. Taft. 1198J 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Samuel H. Taft. 



368 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Descendant of Sergt. John Chenoweth, of Virginia. 
Daughter of Charles R. Dunbar and Carrie A. Taylor, his wife. 
Granddaughter of Richard Taylor and Eliza Early, his wife. 
See No. 11278. 

Mrs. Mary Eleanor Leib. 11986 

Born in Maryland. 

Wife of Harrison Leib. 

Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Addison, of Maryland. 

Daughter of James Murphy Ramsey and Mary Eleanor Addison 
Tyler, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. William Tyler and Mary Belt Addison, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Addison and Eleanor Watkins Belt, his 
wife. 

John Addison, 1776, was lieutenant colonel of the Flying 
Camp commanded by Brig. Gen. Reazin Beall, which fought 

so valiantly in the New York and Jersey campaigns. 
Also Nos. 416, 4780. 

Mrs. Ella Tracy Ross. 11987 

Born in Kentucky. 
Wife of Henry Albert Ross. 
Descendant of John Ryno and of Enoch Miller, of New 

Jersey. 

Daughter of Thomas Tracy and Hannah Ryno, his wife. 

Granddaughter of William Ryno and Nancy Miller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of John Ryno and Prudence Stites, his wife; 
and of Enoch Miller. 

John Ryno acted as scout while Washington was at Mor- 
ristown. He also served as a minute man, as did his brothers 
Esek and Ephraim. He was born at Westfield, 1749, where 
he died, 1819. 

Enoch Miller served as a private in the Essex militia. 

Mrs. Mary Perdue Elliott Murphy. 11988 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of John Taylor Murphy. 

Descendant of Maj. Robert Taylor, of Pennsylvania. 
Daughter of William Arthur Elliott and Elizabeth Grey Millikin, 
his wife. 



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Granddaughter of Robert Millikin and Sarah Grey, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Grey and Elizabeth Taylor (widow 
of William Hueston), his wife. 

Gr. -gr.-granddaughter of Robert Taylor and Mary Taylor, his wife. 

Robert Taylor, who was born in Ireland, served in the 
Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, militia, during the Revo- 
lution and with him was his son-in-law, William Hueston. He 

died in Butler county, Ohio, 1790, aged seventy. 
See No. 11496. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Cooke. 11989 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of David Carswell, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Pitt Cooke and Mary Elizabeth Townsend, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Eleutheros Cooke and Martha Carswell, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of David Carswell and Martha Simpson, his 
wife. 

David Carswell served in the Continental Line during the 
Revolution. He was bom at Colrain, Mass., 1764, and was 
a pensioner when he died at Sandusky, O., 1844. 

Mrs. Helen Frances Hall Sloane. 11900 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Rush R. Sloane. 

Descendant of Theopholus Hall, of Connecticut, Lieut. Jo- 
seph Phelon, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Edwin Hall and Mary Beebe, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Avery Hall and Lucy Bacon, his wife; Artemas 
Beebe, Jr., and Parmelia Morgan. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Theopholus Hall and Elizabeth Couch, his 
wife; Artemas Beebe and Bertha Phelon, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Phelon and Elizabeth King, his 
wife. 

Theopholus Hall enlisted in Capt. Nathaniel Wales' com- 
pany. Col. Jonathan Latimer's regiment, 1777, for the Bur- 
goyne campaign and served until after the surrender. He 
was born at Meriden, 1741. 

Joseph Phelon, 1781, served as lieutenant of Capt. Jessie 
Mclntyre's company, Hampshire county militia, and his com- 
mission, signed by Gov. John Hancock, is still in the family. 
He died at Feeding Hills, 1800, aged sixty-seven. 

Also No. 8501. 

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370 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Mrs. Sarah Carswell Cooke Sloane. 11991 

Born in Ohio. 
Wife of Thomas Morrison Sloane. 
Descendant of David Carswell. 

Daughter of Pitt Cooke and Mary Elizabeth Townsend, his wife. 
See No. 11989. 

Mrs. Clara White Newberry. 11992 

Born in New York. 
Wife of Spencer B. Newberry. 

Descendant of Gen. Asa Danforth, of Massachusetts. 

Daughter of Andrew D. White and Mary Outwater, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Peter Outwater and Lucia Phillips, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Col. Elijah Phillips and Amanda Danforth, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Danforth, Jr., and Olive Langdon, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Asa Danforth and Hannah Wheeler, 
his wife. 

Asa Danforth served as lieutenant in Capt. Peter Har- 
wood's company, Col. Ebenezer Learned's regiment at Bun- 
ker Hill, and in the battle were thirteen kinsmen. He com- 
manded a company in Col. James Converse's Worcester 
county regiment, 1777, to reenforce Gates in the Burgoyne 
campaign. He was born at Worcester, 1746, and died in 
Onondaga Valley, N. Y., 1818. 

Miss Emma Willard Shrieves. 11993 

Born in Ohio. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Barnett, of New York. 

Daughter of William Randolph Shrieves and Esther Ann Barnett, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of John Barnett and Frances Jerusha Savert, his 
wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Barnett and Esther Smith, his wife. 

Nathaniel Barnett (1755-1846), was a minute man in Capt. 
Samuel Carey's' company. Col. John Abbott's regiment. He 
also served in the Levies commanded by Col. Frederick 
Weissenfels. 

Miss Elizabeth R. Shrieves. 11994 

Born in New York. 
Descendant of Nathaniel Barnett, of New York. 



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Daughter of William Randolph Shrieves and Esther Ann Barnett, 
his wife. 
See No. 11993. 

Mrs, Emily Bronson Conger. 11995 

Born in Ohio. 

Wife of Col. Arthur Latham Conger. 

Descendant of Nathaniel Ranney, Comfort Ranney and 
Seba Bronson, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Hiram Volney Bronsen and Ruth Leonora Ranney, 
his wife. 

Granddaughter of Comfort Ranney, Jr., and Betsey Hubbard, his 
wife; Herman Bronson and Mary Hicox, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Comfort Ranney and Ruth Leonora Treat, 
his wife; Seba Bronson and Mary Hickox, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Ranney. 

Nathaniel Ranney enlisted for three years in Capt. Ed- 
ward Eells' company. He was born 1735, at Middletown. 

Comfort Ranney, 1776, at the age of seventeen enlisted in 
Capt. Comfort Sage's regiment, and was in the battle of 
White Plains. He served under Capt. Jared Shepherd at 
Peekskill, 1777, to reenforce General McDougall. 

Seba Bronson served as recruiting officer during the war. 

Also Nos. 55, 1932. 

Mrs. Eleanor Hartley Hall Jaques, 11996 

Born in Georgia. 
Wife of Samuel R. Jaques. 
Descendant of Col. Elihu Hall, of Maryland ; Col. Thomas 

Hartley, of Pennsylvania. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Hall and Sarah Aurelia Kenan, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Thomas Hartley Hall and Harriet Eliza Harris, 
his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Dr. James Hall and Eleanor Hartley, his 
wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elihu Hall and Catherine Orrick, his wife; 
Thomas Hartley and Catherine Holtzinger, his wife. 

See No. 11612. 

Thomas Hartley, 1774-75, was a member of the provincial 
conventions from York county. He served in the legislature, 
in the Council of Censors and three years in the army. When 
Congress accepted his resignation resolutions of merit and 



372 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

regret were passed. He died at York, 1800, aged fifty-two, 
and is buried in the churchyard of St. John's. The York- 
town Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution 
has placed a tablet to his memory on the wall of the church. 
Also No. 9959. 

Mrs. Catherine Hall Taylor. 11997 

Born in Georgia. 

Wife of H. N. Taylor. 

Descendant of Col. Elihu Hall and of Col. Thomas Hart- 
ley. 

Daughter of Charles Henry Hall and Sarah Aurelia Kenan, his 
wife. 

See Nos. 11612, 11996. 

Mrs. Laura Hancock Reynolds Dickson. 11998 

Born in Pennsylvania. 
Wife of James P. Dickson. 

Descendant of Capt. Joseph Fuller, of Connecticut. 

Daughter of Col. Joshua Fuller Reynolds and Elizabeth Barnes 
Hancock, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Benjamin Reynolds and Lydia Fuller, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua Fuller and Sibyl Champion, his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Fuller and Zerviah Hill, his wife. 

Joseph Fuller, 1775, served as a private at Bunker Hill, in 
the expedition to Canada, and in the New York campaign, 
1776. He commanded a company when Tryon invaded the 
state. He was born at Colchester, 1723, and died at Wyom- 
ing, 1795- 

Also Nos. 2008, 7073. 

Mrs, Anna Elizabeth Hoyt Shoemaker. 11999 

Born in Pennsylvania. 

Wife of George Shoemaker. 

Descendant of Daniel Hoyt and of Christopher Hurlbut, of 
Connecticut. 

Daughter of John Dorrance Hoyt and Martha Goodwin, his wife. 

Granddaughter of Ziba Hoyt and Nancy Hurlbut, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hoyt and Anne Gunn, his wife; 
Christopher Hurlbut and Elizabeth Mann, his wife. 

Daniel Hoyt enlisted in Capt. Noble Benedict's company, 



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1776, and served on the Hudson when the captain was taken 
prisoner at the surrender of Fort Washington. He was 
born at Danbury, 1756, and died at Kingston, Pa., 1824. 

Christopher Hurlbut enlisted for one year in Col. Chris- 
topher Lippitt's Rhode Island regiment and aided in cx>n- 
structing the defenses of Newport. He served in the Jersey 
campaign, and was at the battle of Trenton. He died at Ark- 
port, Steuben county, N. Y., 1831, aged seventy-four. 

Also Nos. 1805, 7617. 

Mrs. Jennie DeWitt Harvey. 12000 

Born in New Jersey. 
Wife of Henry Harrison Harvey. 

Descendant of Hon. Josiah Hornblower, of New Jersey. 

Daughter of Gasherie De Witt and Jennie Langrish Dowling, his 
wife. 

Granddaughter of Dr. Gasherie De Witt and Christiana Hom- 
blower, his wife. 

Gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Annetje Merselis, 
his wife. 

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Josiah Hornblower and Elizabeth Kings- 
land, his wife. 

See No. 11143. 

" See No. — " indicates a reference to that number in the same volume. 

" Also No. — " indicates the National number of a "Daughter" who has entered the Society 
on the same ancestor and whose lineage has been published in a former volume. This is 
done to link together widely scattered families. If the number should be 4006, it will be in 
the fifth volume ; if 5005, in the sixth volume, etc. 

*' Real Daughters" are those whose fathers rendered service in the cause of Independence 
and their names are printed in italics in the text and index. There are eleven "Real Daugh- 
ters" in this volume. 



INDEX. 



Daughters of the American Revolution, 





INDEX. 



Daughters of the American Revolution. 



Abell, Elizabeth K., 257 

Abell, Euth Baldwin, 257 

Abernathy, Fannie McClellan, 235 

Achey, Frances Louise, 103 

Adams, Anna J. Brooks, 350 

Adams, Henrietta Dunham, 160 

Addison, Elisabeth Woodworth, 360 

Agnew, Margaretta L., 163 

Alexander, Eliza Neweomb, 359 

Allen, Martha, 367 

Allen, Martha A. Eobinson, 170 

Allen, Minnie Laura McMichael, 345 

Alvord, Sophia Miller, 213 

Ambler, Mary A. Tracy, 96 

x\mes, Abby Greene Harris, 121 

Ames, Phebe Bailey, 52 

Anderson, Jessie Stafford Adams, 325 

Anderson, Louise, 60 

Andrews, Kornelia T., 357 

Andrews, Mary Schoonmaker, 54 

Ankeny, Alice Henrietta, 26 

Arnold, Anna Elizabeth, 12 

Arnold, Mary Eliza Ward, 293 

Arnold, Sophia Elizabeth Judson, 93 

Atkinson, Lucy Clair, 131 

Atwater, Ida Wood, 194 

Atwood, Elizabeth Piatt, 320 

Augur, Nettie Eliza Smith, '. 138 

Austin, Maria J. Bancroft, 351 



Backus, Frances D. Kinney, 78 

Bacon, Annie Sargent, 218 

Bacon, Julia Willingham, 168 

Bacon, Mary Elizabeth, 343 



378 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION". 

Bagrg, Mary Spencer 3M 

Bagg, Sophia 363 

Bail, Lizzie Knigrht Butts 3*5 

Bailey, Annie Hilton Jfwir *M 

Bailey, Elizabeth Bellamy 12 

Bailey, Gertrude Canfield 334 

Bailey, Nina Gertriiile Crane !** 

Baker, Cuurtenay Hiimilton 2M 

Baldwin, Marie Lyuise. 225 

Ballinger, Miriam, 182 

Bancroft, Ellen Maria Temple, 352 

Barber, Abigail Sexton, 15* 

Barbour, Julie Sutliile, MT 

Barclay, Elvira D. JIatlier, 128 

Barker, Candace Adaltne Mack 35S 

Barnard, Emma White, " 

Bartine, Henrietta Laura, S8 

Bartlett, Kate M •*...- 2S8 

Bartlett, Mary Jane ^Vood, 21* 

Bates, Lora S. Ward 17» 

Baugh, Nannie Ball 187 

Bayard, Bessie Henry Armstrong 115 

Beach, Jennie Davis, 138 

Beach, Mary Elizabeth, 259 

Beach, Sarah A. Steele 155 

Beard, Eliza L, 32! 

Beardsley, M. Louise Perry, 38* 

lieatty, M. Eena, 119 

Beaver, Emma Thompi^on BTS 

Segg, Louise Breck 39 

Bell, Isabella Hemphill Caldwell, 124 

Bellows, Elinnbeth A. Stone, 293 

Beiville, Mary Evans, M 

Bennett, Eliziibeth Dexter 1* 

Benson, Lucy Todd, 187 

Berry, Katharine Battles, *fl 

Bidwell, Esther Henrietta 157 

Bigelow, Lncy Stowe, 385 

Biggs. JInrj' Elizabeth Laagdon, 338 

Bill, Florence Campbell Seeley, Sfll 

Billings, KiiUiariiie Stevens, 166 

Bissell, Mary Luthera 80 

Bixby, Fanny Maria SSO 

Black, Bessie McLaughlin 188 

Black, Gertrude Totten 186 

Blackfan, Emily E., 68 

Blakeslee, Enierett Maria Atwater, 140 



INDEX. 379 



Blanton, Anna Hawes, 126 

Bleluch, Grace Champin Hamilton, 35 

Bliss, Katharine Baldwin ; 234 

Bliss, Marg-aret Hooker 337 

Boatt, Fanny Griswold, 273 

Bolles, Martha Barrett, 11 

Bolster, Miirthu t'lorenfe 35 

Bonf oey, Cleiievra, *3 

Bostwick, Carrie Black, 191 

Bostwick, Louise Helen, 286 

Boswell, Hannah Moore, 339 

Boswell, Mary, 340 

Bourne, M. Caroline, 317 

Bouve. Delia Carter 350 

Uowditcli, EliKabeth Church 304 

Bowen, Ann Curtiss, 311 

liowman, Mary llofler, U4 

BRADLEY ^VBIGAIL ATWATER, 143 

Brewer, Annette Pilch 273 

Brewer, Grace Arnold, 144 

Brewster, Carrie A 349 

Bristol, Florence Espe 148 

Britton, Sada, 190 

Brock, Debbie Norris Coleman 114 

Brock, Sarah Coleman, 115 

Brooks, Louise Dudley Davis, 301 

Brooks, Sallie Bailey Ames, 53 

Brown, Beulah Ht^ywood 317 

Brown, Caroline G. Squire 229 

Brown, Clarissa Belknap, 89 

Brown, Eli/iibetU Waldo 321 

Brown, Ella Sophia Brigham, 21 

Brown, Leila Clay, 172 

Brown, Lucy Chappell 271 

Browulow Elsie Marshall, 93 

Bryan, Mary JJrinker 341 

Buel, Cornelia A. Brown 155 

Buell, Bochie Brien 301 

Bullard. Harriet Augrusta , 12 

Bunch, Mary Stewart, 199 

Bunnell, JuUa H., 195 

Burdett, Lucy Stockbridge 317 

Burdett, Mary Martin, 346 

Burleigh, Clare Hoyt, 3 

Burlingham, Emma Starr, 24G 

Burnette, Leola Harrison, 303 

Burns, Sarah N, Mills 46 



380 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 



liurpee, Myra Blanche Walker 333 

iiiiiTows, EUen V. Field, 65 

iiushiieU, Jane Elizabeth, 96 

liiitler, Susan Aderline Hall, 141 

Cable, Louise Stewart Bartlett, 211 

CadwaUader, Caroline A. Young 257 

Cahoon, Annie Fisher, 164 

Calder, Julia Arnold, 163 

Campbell, Addie Crocker Boomer, 347 

Camahan, Sarah C. Bobinson, 188 

Carey, Mary Bagley, 11 

Carpenter, Emma Gilman Gate 11 

Carpenter, Susan M., 248 

Carse, Bebecca Zearing-, 182 

Carstensen, Mary Butherf ord, 188 

Carter, Anna Griswold, 319 

Caruth, Annie Worthington, 303 

Carwile, Mary Elizabeth, 297 

Carw'ile, Mary Julia, 297 

Case, Sarah Carroll Jacobs, 315 

Casey, Lily Marshall, 201 

Caskin, Lida Pickett, 327 

Cassedy, Edith Buth, 89 

Castle, Amelia M. Parsons, 320 

Cate, Eva J. Bancroft, 307 

Catlin, Jeannie A,, 165 

Chace, Clara Cady, 121 

Chamberlain, Laura Bradley 5 

Chamberlin, Sarah Ellsworth, 1 

Chambers, Josephine, 68 

Chambers, Louisa Frelinghuysen, 63 

Chambers, 3kfargaret Waydell 68 

Chapman, Laura Shepard, 94 

Chase, Ellen, 220 

Chase, Jessie Clara, 226 

Cheatham, Marie Bebecca, 123 

Cheshire, Elizabeth Mitchell, 344 

Childs, Juliette Neilson, 305 

Childs, Mary Edith, 284 

Chittenden, Harriet B. Wolcott, 317 

Cilley, Mary J. Haines, 10 

CLABK, HANNAH FOLLETT, 280 

Clark, Helen, 303 

Clay, Josephine Russell, 34 

Cleveland, Gertrude Olney Stevens, 207 



INDEX. 3S1 

Clifford, EUkb Geraldine Wallace 336 

Colcamp, Hmma Forsyth, 339 

Coliien, Abbie Lopan 88 

Coleman, Carrie B., 165 

Coleman, Fanny Brown, 115 

Coleman, Sallie Downing, 38 

Colgate, Fanny Eastman, 240 

Collins, *.-,jrnelin A 18B 

Collins, S;inih Elizabeth 143 

Colman, Susan Coffin, a06 

Colony, Emeline Joslin 338 

Colwell, Nannie 309 

ComBt»ck, Mary Keeve 362 

Conant, Carrie Phelps 361 

Conant. Helen Pabociie, 279 

Conant, Mary Ella, 85 

Conant, Susan Augusta Davis, 3j3 

Conger, Emily Bronson 371 

Conkiin, Sanoy L 180 

Conover, Charlotte Reeve, 106 

Cook, Annette Schiiyicr 253 

Cook, Kate Wight VtiWer 81 

Cooku if ary Elizabeth, 369 

COOLEV ■MAHV STEBUnvS 16 

Cope, lEoBe Tilden 375 

Corvell, Marie Louise Crane 344 

Cosby, Mary S 133 

Cotting, Alice 304 

Cotton, Mary Sloeonib 305 

Couper, itia Powell, 324 

Cox. Elizabeth Butler 101 

Crane, Marie Leonore, 344 

Creifier. Alice May lliinir-s 173 

CresBon, Isabella Bloomlieki, 283 

(■|(II..Tl-i)n r.'AW Cahlwell. 163 

Curran, Cornelia Dou},-las, 363 

Curtis, Frnncea Sophia Wilcox, 192 

Curtis, Helen Louise, 322 

Cushman, Carrie Prince 9 

Cntler, Harriett Isabella, 215 

Cutter, Harriet Livi 



Dale, Adelaide Gallup 

Dame, Ella Baldwin, 

Daiidson, Grace Stennett. ... 
Davies, Minnie F, Lombard, • 



382 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 

Davis, Annie Dudley ^"^ 

Davla, Clara Edith P^ 

Davis, Emma Coit, ^^ 

Davis, Helen Dimlap ^^ 

Davis, Jennie Melvene, ™ 

Davis, Julia Ann, ^** 

Davis, Mary H-, ^'^ 

DavissoD, Jessie Leech, 1"^ 

Davol, Carrie Elizabeth Drown, 294 

!l>ar, Georgia Parker, 1*1 

Dayton, Helen McKeen ^1 

Dayton, Suaan Van Rensselaer, "• 

Deane, Maria Hall, ^1 

Deane, Mary Louise, "' 

DeLamater, Anna Van Ness, 3^ 

Denison, AlIs Sc^huyler 254 

Denison, n^lizatieth Bratnerd, 263 

Denison, Melissa Maria Sutherland, IM 

Denniston Nannie C "» 

Des Copnel s, Anna Bussell, 33 

Deyo, Emma Frances, " 

Dice, Ella M. Lauman, ■ 309 

Dickinson, Mary 242 

Dickson, Laura Hancock Reynolds, 372 

Dike, Laura Isailore, 207 

Dimick, Al>by Haines W 

Doane, Frances Mary Treat 306 

Dodge, Ilia Mary Bray, 239 

Dodge, Nora Ward 3*1 

Donworth, Grace, 36 

DORSEY, ANNE MATHIOT 273 

Doten, Georgiana Wells 22 

DoLigJierty, Kntliarine Buel 155 

Dudley, Margfaret Atkinson, 131 

Dunbar, Harriet Walton, 7 

Duncan, Caroline Alricks Forster 117 

Dunning, Sarah L. Potter 24 

Durfee, Ghiselle May 185 

Durfee, Jennie E., 185 

Durfee, Sarah Abigail, 184 

Durham, Ella Edwards 191 

Dwight, Helen McClure Kirby, 84« 



Earl, Georgia Katrine 7 

Eason, Mary Caroline Gary, 125 

Eberhart, Alice Wortley La Hue 200 



INDEX. 383 



Edic, Nanej- JIaria Empey, 3I>1 

EdwardB, Ida A. Perkins, 200 

Edwards, Lutie Eale, 196 

Eigabroadt, Florence. C. Sloan, 86 

Ellcrjf Prances Temple, 135 

Jlllis, Mary Wright 79 

Ellison, Agnes Smith, 23 

Emerson, May St, Claire Whitney, 338 

Emery, Jennie Leprelet Neill, 347 

Emmal, Annie Prewitt, 338 

Engle, Gertrude Secor, 284 

Ensign, Mary Anne 315 

Erben, Mary Davis, S91 

Estabrook, Amelia Putnam, 305 

Estabrook, Anna \MiJle 304 

i:iljridge Antoinelte Hunlinyton 78 

Evans, Jlary Anna Buck, 264 

Evarta, Mary Henrietta Bodwell, 143 

Ewing, Stella Dyer, 307 



Fa^n, Maude Ervay, 313 

Fairbanks, Ella Perry, 160 

Fairchild, Harriet Augusta, 97 

Pnrgo, Florence Bradford, 174 

Parrlngton. Ann S., 208 

Fay Sarah Hurin 278 

Peatherstone, Anne P. Robinson, 171 

Fennell, Inez Clarlne Warner 151 

Perriss, Mary E. Booth, 238 

Ferry, Fannie Chapin, 34 

Field, Mary Dutcher 55 

Fife, Nancy Bosworth 110 

Finlay Alice Downs, 304 

Fish, Louise Avery, 316 

Fisher, Annie Schall, 113 

Fisher, Sarah Thornton Williams. 34 

Pisherdick, Florence Marion, 153 

Pisk, iizKie Eichey, 54 

Fitzgerald. Helen Drake 311 

Fitzwilliam, Sarah E. Raymond 175 

Polger, Harriette A. 7B 

Folger, Madeline 74 

Folger, irinnie A 74 

Folsom, FAtn Tiliincliani 358 

Folwell, Mary Heywood 231 

Porde, Anna Sayles 189 



384 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Forsaith, Clara Smith 241 

Foster, Anna Evans, 67 

Foster, Judith EUen 137 

Foster, Katherine Sharp, 200 

Foster, Mary A., 239 

Foster, Nellie E., 318 

Fox, Mary Frances 116 

Frisbie, Emma S. Phelps, 361 

Frolking", Eleanor Smith, 269 

Frost, Ida Canfield, 311 

Fuller, Carrie Williams Clapp, 351 

Fuller, Mary Eliza Bliss, 159 

Fullerton, Katharine Hall Borland, 233 

Fulton, Laura Kimberly, 36 



Gale, Sarah Pillsbury, 354 

Galpin, Anna Holmes, 148 

Gardner, Josephine, 67 

Garrard, Mary McDowell, 198 

Gates, Jessie Hackett, 229 

Gathmann, Belle Wallace Gary, 164 

Gatter, Mary A. Stewart, 88 

Gaylord, Dema, 215 

Gaylord, Jennie, 214 

Gebhart, Mary Ellen, 275 

Gibbon, Laura R., 195 

Gilbert, Helen Richmond, 173 

Gilbert, Louise Randolph, 55 

Gildersleeve, Amelia Warner, 145 

Gilkey, Elva Alcena, 343 

Gilkey, Harriet Stearns, 343 

Gillespie, Ada Robinson, 290 

Gillette, Grace James, 70 

Gilroy, Mary Ann Gloninger, 114 

Goddard, Elizabeth Gordon, 307 

Godley, Sarah Ellen Hunt, 66 

Goodsell, Sarah Louise Pratt, 141 

Goodwin, Virginia Powell, 324 

Gore, Fannie E. Stillwell, 37 

Graham, Lillian Louise 75 

Graham, Mary E. Hog-gan, 318 

Green, Charlotte Higbee, 242 

Green, Georgianna Ring, 359 

Greene, Jessie Allen Hall, 215 

Greene, Katharine Porter, 56 

Greene, Mary Ward, 58 



inde:x. 385 

Greensl^de, Mary Sands, 134 

Gregg, Anna Cornelia Peek, 253 

Gregory, Julia Duff, 85 

Gridley, Helen Frances Medbury, 187 

Griffin, Margaret Lamson, 47 

Grimes, Belle S., 312 

Grimes, Mary Alice Greenwood, 204 

Grinnell, Eunice Victoria Brown, 147 

Griswold, Alice Hermione Camp, 102 

Griswold, Emada L. Durfee, 186 

Gross, Mary Thaxter Lothrop, 221 

Gude, Mary Boggs, 169 

Guilford, Adeline Elder, 285 

Gwaltne3% Mary, 122 

Gwaltney, Sophie, 122 



Hagemeyer, Garretta P., 243 

Hagerman, Ella Comstock, 234 

Hahn, Harriet C. Pendleton, 18 

Haig, Laura Moseley Morgan, 325 

Hale, Amy Fuller, 109 

Hall, Bathsheba Tisdale, 216 

Hall, Ermina C, 143 

Hall, Florence Marion Howe, 52 

Hall, Mary F. Adams, 34 

Hamilton, Helen Josephine, 25 

Hammond, Carrie King, 74 

Hammond, Sarah, 285 

Hammond, Sarah B., 260 

Haralson, Frances Temple Peirce, 232 

Hardwicke, Anna L. Cornell, 62 

Harlin, Martha Susan, 184 

Harman, Amelia Gray, 246 

Harris, Abba Eliza Boutelle, 311 

Harris, Eoberta Robeson, 64 

Hart, Amy Louise, 156 

Harts, Emma Brewster, 187 

Harvey, Francelia Katharine, 258 

Harvey, Jennie De Witt, 373 

Hasbrouck, Emmeline Knap, 90 

Hasbrouck, Laura M., 93 

Hasbrouck, Mary Elizabeth Herrick, 95 

Haskell, Mary Patten Allen, 19 

Hatch, Mary Hitchcock, 331 

Hathaway, Clara H. Dunham, 36 

Hawes, Martha Olivia, 274 

(25) 



386 DAUGHTERS OF THE) AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hawley, Hannah Romaine Bostwick, 50 

Hazlehurst, Rachel Kimberly, 332 

Hayward, Clara M. Purviance, 51 

Head, Abbie Maria Sanford, 209 

Head, Annie Sanford, 210 

Heekman, Anna Feit, 136 

Heitshu, Alice Harriet, 281 

Heitshu, Gertrude E., 280 

Hendrick, Cornelia Scudder, 251 

Hendricks, Fannie Pomeroy, 314 

Henry, Anna Stafford, 259 

Henry, Annie Frances Barney, 15 

Heywood, Mary Elizabeth Read, 20 

Hibben, Jeanie Merrill Ketcham, 336 

Hichborn, Madeline Gould, 14 

Hickok, Frances Eliza, 364 

Hickox, Sara Warner, ^ 150 

Higgins, Martha Safford, 240 

Hill, Abby Rogers Wait, 9 

Hill, Emma, 269 

Hill, Kate Griffith, 171 

Billiard, Laura W., 106 

Hinckley, Amanda Jane Hewitt, 147 

Hitchcock, Grace Brita Espe, 149 

Hitchcock, Julia Fitch, 38 

Hobson, Katherine Thayer, 254 

Hodge, Flora Lewis Hughes, 105 

Hodkinson, Katharine Bailey, 119 

Hoeing, Mattie Ella Wingfield, 339 

Hogg, Alberta Dewey, 106 

Hogg, Clara Hyde Dewey, 109 

Holbrook, Irene Hebe, 298 

Holden, Anna Frances, 295 

Holmes, Jennie R., 328 

Holmes, Lyda Massey, 234 

Holmes, Mary J. Hawes, 98 

Holmes, Mary Louisa, 15 

Hopkins, Essy, 292 

Hopkins, Julia Eliza, 292 

Hoppock, Lavinia Clarkson, 62 

Hort, Mary Brj^an, 116 

Horton, Caroline McConihe, 179 

Ilorton, Frances Radcliffe, 179 

Horton, Mary Sophia Moseley, 179 

Hovey, Helen Carlotta Varnum, 218 

TTovey. vSarah Elizabeth Heywood, 20 

Howard. Tela Leonore, 245 



IND^X. 387 

Howard, Mary Murdock, 87 

Howard, Mary White, 18 

Howe, Clara Elizabeth Allen, 16 

Howe, Edith, 130 

Howe, Helen, 56 

Howe, Louise C, 316 

Howell, Anna Maria, 82 

Howells, Mary Cog^geshall, 275 

Hoyt, Elizabeth King, 74 

Hubbard, Mary Bradley, 298 

Hummel, Mary Boss, 281 

Hunt, Elizabeth Bisbee, 240 

Hun.t, Sarah Ella, 299 

Hunting", Hannah Hancock, 207 

Huntington, Ella Shaffer, 276 

Huntington, Helen Barstow, Piatt, 157 

Huntington, Ruth, 276 

Huntoon, Lucy Winslow 218 

Husted, Kate Louise, 165 

Husted, Viola Harris, 149 

Hutchins, Mary Louise Crocker, 87 

Hyde, Maria Walter Gould, 9 



IngersoU, Anna Josephine, 41 

Ingham, Annie Snell, 265 

Ingraham, Frances Evelyn, 183 



Jack. Viola Marston, 287 

Jackson, Clara Wentworth, 347 

Jackson, Julia Amanda Clifford, 130 

JACKSON LUCINDA DEATLY 235 

Jackson, Mary Young Spencer, 265 

Jackson, Winifred Elizabeth, 192 

Jameson, Helen Pratt, 350 

Jaques, Eleanor Hartley Hall, 371 

Jaquith Abigail, 353 

Jennings, Charlotte Beard, 323 

Jervis, Martha Marsh, 87 

Johnson, Anna Eliza, 324 

Johnson, Anne M. Clayes, I75 

Johnson, Evaline Hutchins, 289 

Johnson, Fanny Betts, 202 

Johnson, Hattie M. Strong, 213 

Johnson, Kose Higbee, 312 

Johnston, Mary J., 227 



388 DAUGHTE^RS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Jones, Catharine Lowes, 27 

Jones, Frances Frisbie Shepard, 28 

Jones, Mary Elizabeth, 73 

Joy, Edith Marion, 203 



Keith, Mary Lee Boarman, 234 

Kellerman, Sallie Crawford Helm, 236 

Kelly, Bernadette, 231 

Kelly, Helen Agnes, 231 

Kennedy, Louise Achey, 104 

Kent, Abbie Wallace, 306 

Killinger, Matilda Mish, 115 

Kimball, Annette Guyer, > 334 

Kimball, Gertrude Sartwell, 216 

Kimball, Harriet Plummer Taft, 193 

Kimball, Mary Louise, 178 

King, Harriet Snyder, 274 

King, Helen Waldie, 327 

King, Linzee Watson, 357 

Kinsey, Edna, 277 

Kipp, Sarah AUene Hart, 99 

Kirby, Arabella Clement, 186 

Kirby, Elizabeth Pomeroy, 1 

Kite, Eva M., 108 

Kittredge, Maria T., 210 



Lacy, Cleopatra Rudduck, 269 

Lacy, Louie Augusta Evans, 110 

Lamb, Clara Rannells, 109 

Lamb, Frances A., 76 

Lamb, Madge, 308 

Lamberton, Mary Augusta Sherwood, 319 

La Moreaux, Marie Greene, 302 

La Kue, Tillie Humphreys, 201 

Lauman, Mary E., 309 

Lauman, Matilda S., 309 

Laurence, Mary Elizabeth, 277 

Leach, Marion Tinsley, 45 

Lee, Lydia Perry, 174 

Leib, Mnvy Eleanor, 368 

Leightou, Harriet Bedford, 358 

Leitch, Margaret Crandal, 292 

Leonard, Mary Cotrell, 252 

Lewis, Emma Piddle, 48 

Linsley, Bessie Gay, 144 



INDEX. 389 

Livingston, Ethel, 349 

Lloyd, Sarah Jane Jones, 40 

Loag, Caroline Elmendorf, 133 

Lomas, Nettie Maria Comstock, 121 

Long, Annie W., 230 

Long, Jane T., 230 

Longaker, Clara Weidner, 287 

Loomis, Mary Shepard, 19 

Looney, Florence Fuller, 82 

Lovett, Sophia Parker, 206 

Loving, Nettie Hopper, 326 

Lovr, Jennie Moulton, 83 

Lov^re, Martha A. Tuttle, 27 

Lowry, Katharine Mullikin, 270 

Ludlovtr, Leida Almira, 107 

Lynn, Alice Hunt, 299 

Lj'ons, Grace Lora Goodrich, 215 

Lytle, Hettie Mason Hooker, 273 



McAffee, Frances Viola Seymour, 180 

McAllister, Fannie Jenkins, 32 

McAllister, Mary Catharine, 117 

McCaine, Adelaide M., 44 

McCune, Mary Moss Hunton, 355 

McCutchen, Mary Isabella Simpson, 246 

McDonald, Edith Sprague, 346 

McDonald, Nancy Elizabeth, 226 

McDowell, Louise Irvine, 202 

McGaughey, Sarah V. Cannon, 317 

McGee, Emma Louise, 247 

McKee, Louise MeClintock, 108 

McKeen, Mary, 250 

Mackenzie, Caroline E. Brown, 222 

McLaughlen, Fanny Kobinson, 86 

McLaurin, Ida Stevens, 128 

McLean, Anna Genevieve, 314 

McLure, Cornelia R. Craft, 165 

McMath, Eliza Sargent, 96 

MacMillan, Maltie Caruth, 302 

McNeill, Mary King Norwood, 122 

MacNichol, Laura Ford, 118 

MacNish, Jessie, 254 

McNulty, Katharine Wetmore, 191 

McNutt, Mary Korbly, 190 

Macomb, Christina Georgina, 223 

MacQuinn, Josephine Putnam, 222 



390 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Madill, Lucia James, 260 

MagTuder, Mary Lynn, 344 

MagTuder, Susan Larkin, 344 

Mann, Anna Harrison Comstock, 227 

Mann, Sarah T. Bucklin, 294 

Marks, Josephine Kilbourn, 335 

Marshall, Frances Lloyd, 291 

Marston, Isabel Catherine, 230 

Martin, Mary Stark Chandler, 85 

Maxwell, Mary Elizabeth, 35 

Mayer, Esther Osborne, 102 

Maynard, Julia E. Goodhue, 41 

Mead, Marie Louise Myers, 53 

Melvin, Alice Maud, 47 

Merriam Nellie, 261 

Merrill, Mary Elizabeth Hodges, 342 

Millard, Lydia Gilbert, 101 

Millard, Sarah Gilbert, 102 

Miller, Delia E., 128 

Miller, Louise, 124 

Miller, Lucia M., 41 

Miller, Saidee Jackman Kimball, 177 

Minims, Leonora Huntington, 129 

Misener, Mary A. Dolph, 113 

Moller, Mary Helen Peirce, 194 

Montgomery, Eliza Pullan Stephens, 247 

Moody, Virg-inia Barclay, 298 

Moore, Jane Hutchins, 237 

Moore, Rebecca Creed Brearley, 67 

Morehouse, Clara, 172 

Morgan, Margaret Van Rensselaer, 325 

Morg-an, Mary E. Jeralds 317 

Morrill, Medora O'Ferrall, 43 

Morrison, Harriet M. Townsend, 92 

Morse, Anna, 331 

Morse, Anne Perkins Woodbridg-e, 332 

Morse, Nellie Wisner, 329 

Moseley, Fanny, 178 

Moseley, Mary Moseley Horton, 179 

Moses, Hannah Cranch, 267 

Moses, Mary White MacDonald, 64 

Mulford, Mary Du Bois, 255 

Mullikin, Katharine Clark, 270 

Mullikin, Mary yVugusta, 27(J 

Mullins, Elizabeth Bostwick, 285 

!^^urplly, Adelaide G., 42 



INDEX. 391 

Murphy, Mary Perdue Elliott, 388 

Murray, Lucy Maria Hall, 139 

Myers, Laetitia M. Halsey, 247 



Nealley, Harriett Euth Colby, 237 

Neill, Carrie E. Bancroft, 258 

Neilson, Anna Louise, 44 

Nevin, Ida Carnaghan, 290 

Nevius, Anna V., 62 

Nevius, E. Gertrude, 61 

Newberry, Clara White, 370 

Newberry, Harriet Barnes, 39 

Newell, Florence Chase, 263 

NEWTON, BETSEY LEONAKD, 310 

Nichols, EUzabeth F., 158 

Nichols, Lucy Peirce, 209 

Norton, Anna J Allyn, 182 

Norton, Gratia P., 182 

Norton, Mary E., 183 

Noyes, Alice Hutchins, 366 

Nye, Margaret, 367 



O'Ferrall, Amelia Harris, 43 

Oliphant, Mary Elizabeth Chambers, 69 

Osgood, Bessie V., 356 

Osgood, Fanny Azubah, 356 

Osgood, Mary Ruth Lee, 158 

Otis, Caroline J., 58 

Otis, Ethel Mansfield Ross, 120 

Otten, Susan Tracy, 45 



Pace, Mary C. Richardson Davis, 168 

Page, Kate Stearns, 6 

Paine, Grace Bradbury Moor, 232 

Paine, Mary Adams Small, 2 

Palmer, Elizabeth Wood, 291 

Palmer, Lulu Gregory, 84 

Palmer, Martha Packard, 90 

Parker, H. Willetta, 210 

Parker, Ida Brewster, 333 

Parker, Laura E., 353 

Parker, Louise Taylor, 150 

Parker, Virginia Smith, 339 

Parsons, Anna May Hart, 100 



392 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

x'atrick, Sara Jerome, 105 

Patton, !Mary Lee, 116 

Peake, Deborah Provost, 61 

Pearl, Octavia Bloomer, 10 

Pearne, Harriette Cornelia Arnold, 145 

Peck, Hannah Keith, 154 

Peck, Mary Francis Jackson, 130 

Peck, Mary Langiord Curran, 256 

Peet, Mary Elizabeth Evleth, 318 

Peirce, Mary Ely Weare, 193 

Pennington, Carra L. Johnson, 226 

Pepper, Belle, 32 

Pepper, Carrie Brooks, 153 

Pepper, Dixie, 33 

Perin, May, 107 

Petrie, Mary Arnold, 76 

PHELPS, ASBUKYNA TILDEN, 133 

Phelps, Ketiirah Foote, 201 

Pinkerton, Harriett Mortley, Ill 

Pitcher, Laura Morgan Skinner, 255 

Pitney, Clara Dame, 161 

Piatt, Oliver Worthington Barstovr, 157 

Plumb, Josephine Marion, 154 

Plummer, Sarah Dwight, 148 

Pomeroy, Grace Virginia, 313 

Pomeroy, Marion Eugenia, 153 

Porter, !Mary Comstock, 250 

Porter, Jlosamond, 13 

Potter, Frances B. Squire, 230 

Prescott, Eliza F., 79 

Preston, Mary More, 75 

Price, Mary Starling, 31 

Prince, Annie Emelia Gould, 9 

Purnell, Katharine Lackland 133 



Quackenbush, Mildred McLean, 197 

Quinn, Mary Fisher, 110 



Kailey, Ada Pepper 33 

Randall, Kate Brooks, 266 

Kankin, Sarah Atwater, 266 

Ranney, Elizabeth Balcli 325 

Rathbone, Emma Olcott, 84 

Read, Jane Greiner, 274 

Reed, Annie E. Thompson, 61 



INDEX. 393 

Reed, Annie M., 64 

Reeder, Grace Gray Shaffer, 276 

Reeve, Elizabeth Cooper, 250 

Reeve, Laura, 248 

Reeve, Margaretta Willis, 249 

Reeves, Louise B. Weir, 355 

Reynolds, Jennie Voorhees, 249 

Reynolds, Myra Jane Boomer, 346 

Rhett, Claudine, 125 

Rhodes, Alice Caroline, 293 

Rhodes, May Lovell, 365 

Rice, Caroline Montgomery, 187 

Rice, Fanny Hearsey Holmes, 86 

Richards, Josephine Louise, 211 

Richey, Mary, 55 

Rideout, Effie A. Ward, 353 

Riker, Jennie Low, 83 

Ripley, Harriet Jencks Ingersoll 23 

Ripley, Mary L., 208 

Roach, Augusta Simms, 295 

Robbins, Lucia Minter, 137 

Roberts, Ada Mead, 203 

Roberts, Amanda Bartlit, 267 

Roberts, Anna H. Jack, 185 

ROBERTS, MELINDA JANE PERHAM, 181 

Robertson, Ellen Louise Humphrey, 288 

Robertson, Emoretta Taf t, 238 

Robinson, Harriet Hanson, 206 

Robinson, Julia Spencer, .• 334 

Robinson, Mamie Duncan Beal 170 

Robinson, Mary Lawton, 235 

Rock, Martha Pennell, 312 

Rockefeller, Lucinda Van Ness, 358 

Rockwell, Louise Taylor, 139 

Rogers, Anne Coleman, 84 

Rogers, Ella Coleman, 158 

Rogers, Estelle V., 140 

Rogers, Lucy Josephine, 161 

Rogers, Minnie Dunbar Huddleston, 360 

Rogers, Ruth Wetherell Mudge, 8 

Rosa, Mary Evans, 146 

Rose, Grace H. Backus, 16 

Ross, Ella Tracy, 368 

Ross, Ida M., 299 

Rudy, Jennie Tinsley, 325 

Russell, Mary Elizabeth Irons, 293 

Ryder, Vena M. Hitchborn, 220 



394 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

St. John, Lucinda Norton, 50 

Sanborn, Fanny Margaret, 223 

Sanborn, Nancy Merrill, 225 

Sanf ord, Annie Chichester, 323 

Sanf ord, Lillias Rumsey, 98 

Sargent, Sarah Louise, 183 

Savage, Mary Caroline Smith, 348 

Schermerhorn, Mary Browne, 266 

Schuyler, Harriet Mellick, 356 

Scofield, Josephine Sears, 251 

Scott, Harriet Smith, 113 

Scott, Nellie Gorgas, 327 

Scudder, Kate, 197 

Seely, Sara Mcllvaine, 289 

Selby, Lillia Case 314 

Seymour, Emily, 321 

Shanklin, Martha Gist Bryan, 32 

Shanklin, Mary Elizabeth, 340 

Shanklin, Mary Price, 176 

Sharpe, Elizabeth Montgomerj^ 112 

Sharpe, Martha, 112 

Shaw, Anna M., 327 

Shaw, Louisa Jane, 294 

Shepard, Charlotte Louise, 95 

Shepard, Clara Bowen, 310 

Shepard, Jane Elizabeth Kruger 95 

Shepard, Mary Van Kleeck, 71 

Sherman, Marj^ Bell, 77 

Sherman, Susan MaTtling, 332 

Sherwood, Effie Dodd, : 97 

Shields, Mary Orra Love, 307 

Shoemaker, Anna Elizabeth Hoyt, 372 

Shrieves, Elizabeth R., 370 

Shrieves, Emma Willard, 370 

Simkins, Sarah Lewis, 123 

Sinclair, Julia Clark, 330 

Sise, Anna Mason 6 

vSkinner, Julia Lenoir, 341 

Skinner, Katherine Hooker, 27 

Skinner, Maude Bedell, 255 

Sloane, Helen Frances Hall, 369 

Sloane, Sarah Carswell Cooke, 370 

Small, Eugenia, 169 

Smedley, Mary E., 301 

Smith, Amanda W., 48 

Smith, Anna TyLae Goff, 286 

Smith, Annie B. Hayden, 295 



INDEX. 395 

Smith, Carolyn Austin, 270 

Smith, T.Uzaheth Stiles 30 

Smith, Fanny Johnson, ^55 

Smith, Iliirriettu Hotchkiss 330 

Smith, Helen Lane 156 

Smith, Jane Hubbell 335 

Smith. Jennie Lee 152 

Smith, Josephine jVmblairde, 23 

Smith, Laura Brooks, 137 

Smith, Laura Chambers, 63- 

Smith, Louise Pettibone 92 

Smith, Minnie Abbie Sturtevant 20 

Smith, Susan l^oodruff 320 

Snow, Valeria Elizuhetb, 49 

Snowden, Louise Hortense, 283 

Sommer, Sarah Sackett 89 

Soper, Henrietta Hill 81 

Southall, Eate Eumney, 43 

Spalding, Charlotte E. Miller 135 

Spalding, Susan 30 

SparJis, Lillinii Crandall, 146 

Speaknmn, AniiH M. Spangler 290 

Sprague, Mary i]. Mndg-e, 9 

Sproul, Emily Miltenberger, 165- 

Starkey, Katherine W. Sleght, 264 

Starling, Anne M. 31 

Stearns, Helen Shaw, 6 

Stearns, Mary E. Kittredge, 211 

Stephens, Laura Mosa, 354 

, Fanny Harper, 178 

1, Genevieve Daris, 89 

Stevens, Lydia Phillips, 3 

Stevens, Mary M. A \ 46 

Stevenson, Mary Linsley, 141 

Stimpson, Isabelle E., 321 

Stockton, Hannah E. Btackfan 65 

Stone, Electa MiHer, 23 

Stone, Josephine Eliza Hamilton 25 

Stow, JSlizabeth E., 75 

Strassburger, Mary Beaver, 388 

Stratton, Ellen Augusta Sawyer, 816 

Strickle, Ida Ward Hale, 269 

Strong, Elizabeth Fine 91 

Sturtevant, Julia Emeline Bemis 20 

Sutherland Adda Green, 310 

Swaim, Laura Eudduck, 368 

Swan, Lizzie P., 183 



396 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Swauaon, Lizzie Deane Lyons, 308 

Swartz, Adora Fljiin 323 

Swinton. Phoebe M. B 63 

Sylvester, Helen Seymour 98 



Taft, Mabel B., 307 

Taft, Nancy Marietta, 339 

Tapgart, Elbra Story, 47 

Tallant, Jennie Stilwell 236 

Talmurige, f'undora Parker 150 

Taylor, Catherine Hall 372 

Taylor, Helen Trumbull 263 

Taylor, Leonora Josephine 107 

Teller. Clariliel, 99 

Templeton, Mandaaa Stevens 178 

Tevis, Belle Root, 343 

Thayer, Catharine McKie 27.* 

Thayer, Ellen House 19 

Thomae, Mary Craven 243 

Thomas, Bettie Martin, 300 

Thomas, Elizalielh 96 

Thomas, Virginia Van Syekel 66 

Thompson, Adaline Emerson ISO 

Thompson, Jennie Augusta Milton 13 

Thomson, Sarah Kidder 303 

Thresher, Mary Colby 105 

Thurman, Sarah, 266 

Tift, Bessie WiUingham, 168 

Tin;mons, Jtae Younghlood 136 

Tinkham, Helen Waterman 13 

Tohey, Helen Aurelia Barker 213 

Tiidd, Charlotte Adele, 308 

Treadwelt, Lydia Luding'ton 22 

Tredway, Kmma Greeley, 46 

Treinain, Laura Munsell, 77 

Tryon, Adeline Savitz, 283 

Tucker, Ida Trone Moni-e, 271 

Tufts, Gei-lrude IVare 7 

Tnttle, Clara Mary. 131 

Twiehell, Ellen E. GHdley, 149 

Tyson, Florence irelittii-e 37 



TThl, Alice FoUet, 
Cpson, Sarah Aim 



INDEX. 397 

Vance, Eleanor Park, 279 

Van Der Kar, Dorrit, 21 

Van Der Veer, Elizabeth Sqnier, 59 

Van Der Veer, Katherine Wilson, 60 

Vandervort, Hattie Morehouse, 176 

Van Deusen, Grace Taintor, 73 

Van Doren, Anna Oakes Ribble, 241 

Van Rensselaer, Elizabeth Wendell, 70 

Van Rensselaer, Louisa G. Lane, 251 

Van Voorhees, Louise Dayton, 249 

Vaughan, Helen Maury Polk, 228 

Vaug-han, Mary Newcomb, 329 

Vinson, Eva Egerton Burritt, 250 

Vredennick, Marie Elvetia Luechini, 143 



Waddell, Ada Everett, 45 

Wade, Theodora Irving- Knight, 203 

Waite, Katharine Wiley, 190 

WALKER, CLARA B. HARWOOD, 17 

Walker, Margaret, 17 

Walker, Mary Eliza, 297 

Walker, Mary Sydnor, 200 

Walker, Minnie Lydia, 306 

Wallace, Clara Smith, 24 

Waller, Lizzie Marshall, 196 

Walton, Alma M. Burbank, 181 

Walton, Electa N. Lincoln, 8 

Ward, Harriet C. Blair, 171 

Warner, Annette Stiles, 151 

W^arren, Clara Levings, 42 

Warren, Helen M. Smith, 162 

Warren, Mary Louise Shepard, 363 

Waterman, Florence Tower, 57 

Watson, Bertha Brooke, 357 

Watson, Mary King, 298 

Watt, Susan A. Bahn, 120 

Way, Helen Maria, 209 

Weare, Susanna H., 195 

Weatherby, Alethia Hunt, 69 

W^ebster, Catherine, 156 

Webster, Clara Louisa, Ill 

Webster, Harriet Louise, 110 

Weed, Amanda Priscilla, 14S 

Weed, Edith, 81 

Weed, Jennie Christeen Anna, 147 

Weed, Kate Shelton, 82 



39^ DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Wegman, Minnie Wire, 268 

Weidman, Ethel Roberts, 284 

Welch, Emma Finney, 245 

Weld, Sarah Bertha Brandreth, 362 

Welliver, Anna Kimmel, 105 

Wells, Caroline Thorn, 95 

Wells, Mary E., 129 

Wendelken, Sarah Sisson, 126 

Wentworth, Annie Gertrude Tower, 4 

Wentworth, Annie Louise Locke, 4 

West, Mary Teague, 296 

Weston, Florence Jones, 169 

Wheeler, Sarah Chaffee, 17 

White, Achsah P., 8 

White, Libbie Diehl, 320 

White, Nellie A. Perry, 128 

Whitman, Lucretia Clapp, 212 

Whitney, Beatrice Larned, 38 

Whittier, Gertrude Boyden, .' 349 

Whittlesey, Karolyn Bradford, 160 

Wicks, Emma Ward, 40 

Wiggin, Laura Raine Alexander 198 

Wightman, Julia E., 166 

Wilcox, Effie May, 26 

Wiley Eliza Brown, 189 

Williams, Gladys E. Garrison, 194 

Williams, Josephine Agnes, 348 

WILLIAMS, MARY K., 316 

Willis, Harriet E. Cole, 134 

Wills, Edith Russell, 219 

Wilson, Alma Winston, 336 

Wilson, Anne Augusta, 161 

Wilson, Julia V. Phelps, 321 

Wilson, Katharine Seymour, 69 

Wilson, Laura, 68 

Wilson, Lilian Avis Barton, 142 

Winslow, Helen M., 222 

Wire, Esther Taylor, 268 

Wood, Emily Dunlap, 193 

Wood, Kate H., 264 

Wood, Mary Craige, 288 

WOOD, SUSAN ANN BRniHALL, 212 

Woodruff, Fannie Stevens, 333 

Woodwell, Lucy Elizabeth, 205 

Worthiugton, Celeste A. Royster, 127 

Wright, Anna M., 79 

Wright, Annie Porter, 233 



iND^x. 399 

Wright, Cora Hall, 97 

Wright, Cora M., 80 

Wright, Henrietta Huntington, 2G0 

Weight, Mabel Rogers, 143 

Wright, Sibyl Farnham Baldwin, 241 

Wright, S. Louise, 80 

Wylie, Mary A., 40 

Wyman, Mary Louise, 305 



Yale, Mary Catharine Welles, 152 

Yale, Mary Welles, 154 

Yawger, Harriet Weed, 360 

Yeaman, Annie Dupree Elam, 199 

Young, Ellen Miles Marshall, 281 

Young, Sarah Deehert, 104 

Youngblood, Ellen Smith, 296 

Youngblood, Matilda Smith, 296 



Zeller, Mar^^ Hubley, 112 



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Abbatt, John, 159 

Abel, Capt. Thomas, 257 

Ache. Henry 10* 

Adair, William I2i 

Adams, Benjamin, lOT 

Adams, Corp. James, 34 

Adama, Richard, 334, 385 

Adams, Capt. Robert, Jr., 34 

Addison. Lieut. Col. John, 368 

Agnew, David, 163 

Alexander, Hon. Hugh, 117 

Allen, Benjamin, 367 

Allen, Moses 19 

Allen, Ens. Samnel 88 

Allen, Lieut, Samuel 306 

Allen. Simeon, 16 

Ailing, Capt. Joseph 58 

Allyn, Capt. Simeon 151 

Andrews, Lieut. Abraham, 3*3 

Appleton, Deacon Isaac. 203 

Ashley, Col. Samuel, 193, 195 

Atkinson. Lieut. Thomas, 337 

Atlee, Col. Samuel John, 103 

Atlee, Hon. William Augustus, 304. 305 

Atwater. John 268 

Atwater, Samuel, 142 

Austin, Aaron 131 

Au.stin. Judg-e Eliphalet 131 



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Bellamy. Sergrt. John 13 

Benjamin, Lieut. Samuel 13S 

jSenson, Benjamin, " 

Betts, Corp. Samuel Comstock, 303 

Betts, Uriah, 303 

Eevier, Capt. Philip Du Bois 93 

Bickford, Daniel, ** 

Bickford, Sergt. WilUam, 352 

Bigelow, Lieut. Joaiah 235 

Billings, Edmund. 356 

Bingham, Sergt. Jeremiah, 188 

Bininger, Isaac 354 

Bird, Henrv, Jr 139 

Birdttall, Lieut. Col. Benjamin S85, 286 

Bisbee, Capt. Abner, 340 

Bishop, Joseph. 312 

Bishop, Capt. Nicholas, 212 

Uissell. Ebenezer, 80 

Biasell, Ezekiel 80 

tUaacharJ, Joseph 258 

Bloomer, Capt. fiotert 9i>, 100 

"Bloomfiekl, Jonathan 259 . 

Bodwell. Sergt. Benjamin H2 

Bogart. Hendrick Isaac, 59 

Boiee. Cornelius 245 

Bolton, Corp. Ebenezer 338, 239 

Bi.inl. .loBiali 220 

Bonfoey, Benanuel, 43 

Bonham, Maj. Absalom 132 

Bonham. Jame.'j. 182 

Boomer. Sergt, Ephraim, 3M, 347 

Booth, Eeuben. 289 

Booth, Sergt. Wulter, 330 

Bostwick. Sergt. Ebenezer, 50 

Eowen. Robert 44 

Bowker. Benjamin 212 

Eoivne. Davii! 69 

Boynton, Samuel 38 

Bradford, SetK 353 

Brainerd, Ezra, 262, 863 

Brainerd. Josiah 888, 883 

Bray, Nicholas. 239 

Brearley, Gen. Joseph, 67 

Bridge. Joseph, 128 

Brigham, Maj. Asa 383. 364 

Brigham, Sergt. Henry, 21 



406 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Brimhall, Silvanus, 213, 214 

Bronson, Seba 371 

Brooke, Capt. John, 288 

Brooke, Matthew, 287 

Brooke, Maj. William, 287 

Brooks, Abraham, 138 

Brooks, James, 39 

Brooks, John, 350 

Brooks, John, Jr., 350 

Brooks, Jonathan, 266 

Brown, Daniel, 219 

Brown, Corp. Ebenezer, 204 

Brown, Sergt. George, 189, 190 

Brown, Isaac, 222 

Brown, Jabez, 172 

Brown, Capt. Richard, 105 

Brown, Waldo, 321 

Brown, Adjt. William, 262, 263 

Browne, Capt. Seth Ingersoll, 206 

Bruce, Corp. George 271 

Bryan, Daniel Boone, 341 

Bryan, Capt. William, 341 

Bucklin, Capt. John, 294 

Buell, Martin, 139, 141 

Bull, Col. Thomas, 117 

Bullard, Corp. Aaron, 175 

Bullard, Malachi, 175 

Bullard, Col. Samuel, 175 

Bullard, Col. Samuel, Jr., 176 

Bunn, Corp. John, 272 

Buntin, Capt. Andrew, 48 

Burbank, Corp. David, 181 

Burche, Capt. Benjamin, 162 

Burnet, Surg. Gen. W^illiam, 56 

Burnett, William, 193 

Burr, Capt. George, 103, 104 

Burr, Timothy, 39 

Burrall, Col. Charles, 180 

Burrows, Capt. Hubbard, 269, 270 

Butler, Capt. Eli, 101, 364 

Butler, Sergt. Jonathan, 229 

Butler, Sergt. Samuel, 269 

Butt, Josiah, 345 

Butt, Capt. Sherebiah, 345 

Buttrick, Samuel, Jr., 20 

Buzzell, Sergt. Samuel, 40 



ROIrly Ol? HONOR. 407 



Cadwalader, Dr. Thomas, 242 

Cady, Capt. David, Jr., 121 

Caldwell, Hon. James, 163 

Caldwell, Samuel, 228 

Calkins, John Prentiss, 272 

Campbell, Hugh, 99 

Candee, Job, 160 

Canfield, Abraham, 166 

Capers, Capt. William, 169 

Carhart, Maj. Cornelius, 66 

Carmany, John, 114 

Carpenter, Ens. Thomas, 248 

Carroll, Lieut. Amos, 315 

Carswell, David, 369, 370 

Carwile, Zachariah, 297 

Case, Capt. Job, 314 

Cate, Neal, 11 

Catlin, Lewis, 209 

Caulkins, Roswell, 94, 95, 260 

Chadsey, Jabez, 302 

Chamberlain, Samuel, 5 

Chamberlain, Gen. William, 5 

Chamberlain, Lieut. Joseph, 311 

Chambers, Robert, 68, 69 

Chambers, Col. William, 63 

Champion, Reuben, 149 

Champlin, Col. Joseph, 264 

Chapin, Abel, 213 

Chapin, Capt. Caleb, 81, 82, 215 

Chapin, Capt. Ephraim,^ 213 

Chapman, Andrew, 18 

Chapman, Rev. Jedediah, 49 

Chapman, John, 126, 298 

Chase, Eleazer, 263 

Chase, Isaac, 220 

Chase, Rev. Nathaniel, 263 

Cheney, William, 97 

Chenoweth, Sergt. John, 107 

Chesebrough, Perez, . •: 364 

Child, William, 356 

Childs, Timothy, 284 

Chipman, Lieut. Samuel, 77 

Churchill, Capt. Stephen, 6 

Clapp, Nathaniel, 351 

Clapp, William, 212 

Clapp, Sylvanus, 35I 

Clark, Gardner, 42 



408 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Clark, Capt. Greenleaf, 11 

Clark, Capt. John, 42 

Clark, Dr. John, 40 

Clark, Rev. Jonas, 7, 59 

Clark, Lyman, 110, 111 

Clark, Capt. Samuel, 333 

Clark, Silas, 213 

Clark, Corp. Sylvanus, 176 

Clarke, Thomas, 192 

Clayes, Capt. Elijah, 129 

Clayes, John, 175 

Clayes, Sergt. John, Jr., 175 

Clement, Benjamin Moody, 186 

Cobb, Sergt. Rufus, 350 

Coggeshall, William, 275 

Cogswell, Nathaniel, 58 

Cogswell, Col. Thomas, 58 

Coit, Col. Samuel, 101, 102 

Colby, Barzillai, 237 

Colby, Hon. Ichabod, 237 

Coleman, Lieut. Robert, 114, 115 

Colfax, Gen. William, 77 

} Collins, Lieut. Daniel, 143 

Collins, William, 188 

Colman, Moses, 206 

Comstock, Capt. Peter, 250 

Conant, Timothy, 347 

Cone, Joseph, 365 

Conklin, Elias Ill 

Cooler, Lieut. Roger, 16 

CooIe3% Roger, Jr., 16 

Coolidge, Sergt. John, 208 

Coriell, Abraham, 245 

Cortelyou, Henry, 277 

Couch, Daniel, 184 

Cousins, Capt. Nathaniel, 347 

Covenhoven, RulifP, 245 

Covert, Luke, 245 

Covert, Samuel, 141 

Cowan, Capt. William, 290 

Craft, James, 165 

Cra f t , Moses 26 

Craft, Samuel, 26 

Craig, Lieut. John, 288 

Cranch, Judge Richard, 267 

Crandall, Jesse, 146 

Crane, A sa, 244 



ROLL Olf! HONOR. 409 



Crane, Maj. Stephen, 59 

Crane, Col. Thaddeus, 41 

Craven, Dr. Gershom, 244 

Crockett, Col. Joseph, 176, 340 

Cromwell, Oliver, 286 

Crosby, Capt. Stephen, 315 

Cross, John, 271 

Cumming, Lieut. Col. John Noble, 56 

Ciinnabell, Samuel 329 

Cunningham, Maj. William, 301, 327 

Cushman, Nathaniel, 29 

Cushman, Nathaniel, Jr., 29, 359 

Cushman, Capt. Nathaniel, 29, 359 

Cutler, Sergt. Jonathan, 262, 263 



Damon, David, 238, 239 

Danf orth. Gen. Asa, 370 

Danforth, Capt. Jonathan, 266 

Danfort^, Jonathan, Jr., 266 

Danforth, Corp. William, 353 

Darrin, Daniel, 322, 323 

Daulton, Sergt. Moses, 201 

Davenport, Lieut. William 339 

Davidson, Jesse, 105 

Davis, John, 119 

Davis, Dr. John, 292 

Davis, Thomas, 274, 275 

Davis, Ens. Timothy, Jr., 161 

Davis, William, 119 

Davison, Thomas, 28 

Dav7es, Judge Thomas, Jr., 267 

Dav7es, Col. Thomas, 267 

Dayton, Gen. Elias 249 

Deatly, James, 235 

Deaver, Capt. John, 38 

DSGraff, Hendrick, 264 

Delano, Philip, 204 

De Long, Lieut. Elias, 127 

Demarest, Capt. David, 98 

Demarest, William, 98 

Deming, Capt. Seth, 360 

Denio, Ens. Aaron, 80 

Denison, Col. Nathan, 112 

Denny, Col. Thomas, 169 

De Saussure, Capt. Victor Daniel, 125 

Dewey, Capt. Daniel, 106, 109 



410 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Dewey, Eliphalet, 106, 109 

Dickinson, Moses 346 

Dickinson, Gen. Philemon, 842 

Dimick, Joseph 90 

Dod^, Abimael 130 

Dodge, Col. Abram 9 

Dodgre, Daniel, 161 

Dolph, Moges 113, 284 

Doolitlle, Charles 141 

Doty, Joha, 276 

Downing-, Michael, 38 

Downs, Lieut. Edward, 365 

Downs, Henry, 304 

Downs, Sergt. Jesse 365 

Drake, Capt. Daniel 28 

Draper, Josiah, 78, 81 

Drew, Capt. Thomns Haynes 308 

Drown, Jonathan J., 294 

Drury, Ebeiiezev„ 154 

Du Bois, Lieut. Christian, Jr 2S5 

Dudley Hon. John 211, 301 

Thife. Cornelius 146 

Duflield, William 119 

Duncan, Robert, 170 

Dnnham, Corneliivs 149 

Dunham, .Tames 36 

Dunham, Johu 55, 356 

Dunlap, Mai. William 193, 194 

Dnnlap, Maj. William 29« 

Dunn, Capt. Hug-h 55, 356 

Dunn. Lieut. Col. Micajah 65, 68, 69 

Duprge, William, 199 

Durfee, Lieut. Col. Joseph 185, 186 

Diirkee, Nathaniel, 72, 74 

Diistin, Paul 218 

Butcher, Capt. William. 55 

Dutton, Corp. Thomas 334 

Divipht, Lieut. Henry, 70 



Eastiniin, Lieut. Ebenezer 240 

Eastman, Gapt. Joseph, 5 

Eddy, Willnrd 363 

Edmonson, John Montgomery, 338 

Edmonson. Col. William, 338 

Kdwards, Ebeneier, 191 

Edwards, Medad, 813 



ROLL OP HONOR. 41 1 



Ellery, Sergl. Nathaniel VM 

Ellsworth, Aaron, 1 

Ellsworth, Daniel 158 

Emerson, Capt. Daniel ISO 

Emerson, Eev. William, 23*, 2S5, 241 

Ernes, Alexander, 238 

Engle, Ens. James 283 



Fargo, Sergrt. William, IT* 

Farley, Lieut. John, 54, 55 

Fassett. Capt. John, 280 

Fassett, Judge John, Jr 280 

Fay, Dr. Jonas 335 

Fay, Capt. Stephen 336 

Fellows. Ephraim 207, 208, 331 

Fergitson, Capt. John, 48 

Ferreli, Jamefc. 116 

Field, Elisha, 126 

Field, Elisha, Jr 137 

Field, Dr. Spencer 322, 334 

Fish, Moses, 362 

Fish, Thomas, 362 

Fisher, Lieut. Adam, 110 

Fisher, (.'apt. Natbau, 218 

Fisher, Thoniiis 164 

Fiske, Capt. Eiehard 220 

Fitch, Capt, Abraham, 372 

Fitch, Corp. Cyprian 72, 74 

Fitz Randolph, Capt. Joseph, 55 

Fitz Randolph, Reuben Ill 

Fleming, CoL William, 127 

Fletcher, Gen. Samnel, 257 

Flint, Thomas 3 

Flint, Dr. Thomas 362 

Follett, Eliphalet, 280 

Follett, Martin Dewey 280 

Fonda, Capt. Abram, 269 

Fonda, Douw, 37 

Fonda, Maj. Giles, 37 

Poote, Capt, Moses, 260 

Forbes, Hon. Daniel 129 

Forbes, John, 304, 305 

Forman, Lieut. Joseph 80 

Forster, John, 117 

Forsyth, Capt. Robert, 339 

Foster, Capt. John 131 



412 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Foster, Thomas, 318 

Fowler, Lieut. Bildad, 313, 314 

Fowler, David, 213 

Fowler, Robert, 11 

Frazer, Lieut. John, 172 

Freeman, Capt. Matthew, 55, 356 

Freeman, Silas, 311 

Frelinghuysen, Maj. Gen. Frederick, 62, 63 

Frisbie, Reuben, 148, 149 

Frisbie, William, 28 

Fruit, Robert, 303 

Fulford, Maj. John, 205 

Fuller, Benjamin, Jr., 109 

Fuller, Jesse, 7 

Fuller, Capt. Joseph, 372 

Fuller, Capt. Noah, 82 

Fuller, Capt. Thomas, 239 

Fuller, Lieut. William, 220 



Gaddis, Col. Thomas, 109 

Gaines, Capt. James, 299 

Gallup, Capt. Isaac, 268, 269 

Gallup, Corp. John 367 

Gallup, Capt. Joseph, 336 

Galpin, Ens. Amos, 148 

Gardner, Nathaniel, 252 

Gardner, Thomas, 67 

Garrard, Gov. James, 33 

Gay, Daniel, 320 

(ray, Thaddeus 144 

Haylord, Chauncey, 214, 215 

Gaylord, Joseph, 214, 215 

Getman, Capt. Christian, 253, 254 

Gibbon, John, 195 

Gilbert, Serg-t. David, 323 

Gilbert. Capt. Nathaniel, 173 

Gile, Jonathan, 352 

Giles, Capt. James. 333 

Giles. Jonathan 333 

Gilnian. Capt. Samuel, 49 

Gist, Ens. Nathaniel, 32, 341 

Goodrich, Serg-t. George, 216 

Goodridg-e, Abijah 175 

Gorham. Hon. Nathaniel, 3 

<^Iould, Lieut. James, 9 

< X ould. Maj. James, 85 



ROLL OF HONOR. 4^3 



Gould, Solomon, 14 

G owdy, James, 197 

Granger, Capt. John, 194 

Grant, William, 175 

Grant, William, 339 

Gra3% Elias, 246 

Gray, Col. Pardon, 222 

Green, Corp. Timothy, 310 

Green, Lient. William, 10 

Greene, Col. Christopher, 121 

Greene, Sergt. John, 105 

Greene, Maj. Gen. Nathaniel, 56, 5S 

Greene, Gov. William, 52 

Greenleaf , Col. William, 267 

Greenwood, Moses, 204 

Gregory, Daniel, 151 

Greiner, George, 274 

Griffin, Lieut. Col. Jacob, 243 

Griffin, Seth, 189 

Griswold, Gov. Matthew, 272 

Guild, Capt. Joseph, 44 

Guilford, Ens. Simeon, 285 

Guiteau, Capt. Ephraim, 92 

Gulick, Capt. Joakim, 115 

Gurney, Gen. Francis, 91 

Gustine, Dr. Lemuel, 283 

Guthrie, Capt. John, 326 



Habersham, Maj. John, 84 

Habersham, Col. Joseph, 84 

Haines, Samuel, 10, 11 

Haldeman, Jacob, 281 

Hale, Capt. Jonathan, 72, 74 

Hall, Lieut. Col. Elihu, 233, 371, 372 

Hall, John, 252 

Hall, Josiah, 91, 92 

Hall, Theopholus, 369 

Hall, Dr. Timothy, 98 

Hall, Lieut. Titus, 140, 142 

Halsey, Daniel, ". 278 

Halsey, Col. Jeremiah, 157 

Hamilton, Dr. Asa, 25 

Hamilton, Capt. John, Jr., 117 

Hammond, Lieut. David, 285 

Hancock, Capt. Belcher, 207 

Handy, Capt. William, g 



414 DAUGHTERS OI^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hanna, Gen. John Andre, 118 

Harmon, Sergt. Daniel, 253 

Harris, Dr. Isaac, 64 

Harris, Capt. John, Jr., 118 

Harrison, Hon. Benjamin, 227 

Harrison, Gabriel, 302 

Hart, Hon. John, 64, 325 

Hart, Nancy Morgan, 302, 303 

Hart, Col. Thomas, Jr., 281 

Harter, Capt. Henry, 53 

Hartley, Col. Thomas, 37], 372 

Harwood, Maj. Peter, 17 

Harwood, Peter, Jr., 17 

Hasbrouck, Col. Abraham, 93, 95 

Hasbrouck, Maj. Jacob, 93 

Hasbrouck, Col. Joseph, 93, 95 

Hasbrouck, Lieut. Josiah, 93 

Haskell, Jabez, 295 

Ha thorn. Col. John, 329 

Hawes, Jesse, 126 

Hawes, Joel, 98 

Hawkins, Capt. John, 234 

Hawley, Amos, 81, 82 

Hayden, Levi, 295 

Hayes, Lieut. Hugh, 131 

Haves, Lieut. Joel, 106 

Haymond, Maj. William, 231 

Head, Capt. Nathaniel, 219 

Heckman, Adam, 136 

Hedden, Judge Joseph, 56 

Helm, Capt. William, 236 

Hempstead, Joshua, 173 

Hempstead, William, 173 

Herrick, Capt. Ezekiel, 180 

Hewit, Nathaniel, 253 

Hewitt, Henry, 147 

Hewitt, William, 184 

Hichborn, Robert, 14, 220 

Hichborn, Thomas, 14, 220 

Hickling, Capt. William, 23 

Hickman, Capt. James Lewis, 313 

Hill, Hon. Jeremiah, 343 

Hill, Lieut. John, 311 

Hill, Capt. Squire, 81 

Hilliard, John, 184 

Hinckley, Edmund, 219 

Hinckley, Jared, 127 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 415 



Hinds, Jesse, 74 

Hine, Hezekiah, 94, 95, 260 

Hitchcock, Lieut. Amasa, 140 

Hitchcock, Sergt. Medad 222 

Hodges, Lieut. CoL Isaac, 342 

Hodges, Sergt. Isaac, Jr., 342 

Hodges, Silas, M. D., 130 

Hoffman, Lieut. CoL Robert, 95, 96 

Holbrook, DanieL 298 

Holbrook, Capt. DanieL Jr., 298 

Holcombe, Capt. Asabel, 159 

Holcombe, Capt. Benajah, 159 

Holden, Gen. Thomas, 295 

Hollister, Elijah, 103, 104 

Hollister, John, 103, 104 

Holmes, Sergt. Abraham, 15 

Holmes, George, 334 

Hooker, Gilbert, 337 

Hooker, James, 87 

Hooker, Thomas Hart, -. 27 

Hopkins, Jonathan, 313, 314 

Hopkins, Col. Roswell, 334 

Hopkins, Gen. Samuel, 199 

Hornblower, Hon. Josiah, 56, 373 

Hoskins, Eli 28 

Hotchkiss. Capt. Gideon, 138 

How, Dr. James, 56 

Howe, Edward C, 52 

Hoyt, Daniel, 372 

Hubbard, Isaac, 272 

Hubbard, Capt. Jonas, 231 

Hubbard, Xehemiah, 272 

Hublej', Bernard, 112 

Huddy, Capt. Joshua, 174 

Hueston, William, 188 

Hughes, Lieut. Thomas, 325 

Hull, Jesse, 138 

Humphrey, Maj. Elihu, 314 

Humphrey*, Col. Jonathan, 314 

Hunt, Ens. Eliphaz, 313, 314 

Hunt, Oliver 69 

Hunt. Solomon, 363 

Huntington, Judge Benjamin, 78, 260 

Huntington, Eliphalet, 129 

Huntington, Ma . Hezekiah, 94, 95, 260 

Hiintoou, Capt. John, 241 



41 6 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Hiirlbiit, Christopher, 372 

Huselton, Andrew, 139 

Huske, John, 230 

Hiitchins, Amasa, 366 

Hutchins, Capt. Hezekiah, 178 

Hyde, Corp. Benjamin, 259 

Hyde, Gen. Caleb, 166 

Hyde, Deacon Joseph, 319 

Hyde, Capt. Thomas, 259 



IngersoU, John, 23 

Ingham, Jonathan, 278 

Ives, lehabod, 143 

Ives, Capt. Noah, 155, 156 

Ivers, Cai)t. Thomas, 84, 85 



Jack, John, 185 

Jackman, Lieut. Benjamin, 108, 181 

Jackman, George, 177, 178 

Jackson, Lieut. Col. Ephraim, 130 

Jacobs, Asa, 315 

Jacobs, John, 315 

Jacques, Col. Moses, 87 

James, Amos, 260 

Jameson, Col. David, 281 

Jenkins, Capt. Ebenezer, 32 

Jesup, Dr. Ebenezer, 319 

John, John, 189, 190 

Johnson, Capt. Peter, 318 

Johnson, Maj. Roger, 355 

Johnson, Stex^hen, 158 

Johnston, Col. Philip, 357 

Johnston, Ens. William, 279 

Jolliffe, Capt. John, 326 

Jones, Corp. Gideon, 22 

Jones, Phineas, 169 

Jones, Stephen, 350 

Joslin, Corp. David, 238 

Joslin, Cai^t. John, Jr., 238 

Judd. Levi, 330 

Judson, Capt. Daniel, 322 

Jiulson, Gen. David, 93 

Judson, Sergt. Phineas, 50 

Judson, Capt. Stiles, 322 



ROLL OF- HONOR. 4^7 



Keasbey, Edmund, 195 

Keith, John, 14 

Kent, Deacon Cephas, 306 

Kent, Kev. Dan, 306 

Kiehlein, Col. Peter, 136 

Kilbourn, Robert, 335 

Kilburn, Sergt. Eliphalet, 177, 178 

Kimball, Capt. Benjamin, 237 

Kimball, Capt. Peter, 177, 178 

Kimball, Capt. Reuben, 223 

Kimberly, Nathaniel, 36, 332 

Kinne, Elijah, 78 

King*, Benjamin, 122 

Kinsey, Lieut. Samuel, 278 

Kirkham, Elijah, 127 

Kittredge, Solomon, 210, 211 

Knap, David, 99, 100 

Knap, Lieut. Samuel, 90 

Knowlton, Col. Thomas, 17, 19 

Krause, Capt. David, 115 

Kunckle, Christian, 283 



Lakeman, James Fuller, 207, 208 

LaMaigre, Michael, 162 

Lamb, Capt. Richard, 308 

Lane, Deacon Ebenezer, 251 

Langdon, Capt. John, 338 

Langf ord, Sei-g-t. George, 256 

Langworthy, James, 43 

Lamed, Capt. Simon, 38, 42 

Lathrop, Capt. Andrew, 262, 263 

Lathrop, Capt. Ebenezer, 129, 276 

Lathrop, Sergt. Ebenezer, Jr., 129 

Lauman, Capt. ChristQpher, 309 

Lav7, Matthew, 117 

Lawton, Rev. Joseph, 168 

Leadbetter, Col. Drury, 162 

Leavitt, David, 56 

Leavitt, Joseph, 35 

Lee, Abijah, 99, 100 

Lee, David, 152 

Lee, Sergt. Ebenezer, Jr., 310, 311 

Lee, Corp. Elijah, 99, 100 

Lee, Timothy, 158 

Lenoir, Gen. William, 341 

Leonard, Rev. Abiel, 45 

(27) 



41 8 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOIrUTION. 

Leonard, Ziba, 310 

Lesher, Capt. John, 112 

Leveston, Asa, 349 

Lewis, Edward, Jr., 249 

Lewis, Lieat. Edward, 249 

Lewis, Capt. John, Jr., .' 156 

Lewis, Col. Nicholas, 197 

Lewis, Col. Thomas, 33 

Lincoln, Maj. Gen. Benjamin, 13 

Lincoln, Jacob, 7, 8 

Lincoln, Royal, 2 

Liphart, Lieut. Henry, 120 

Littlefield, Ephraim, 175 

Livingston, Hon. Philip, 223 

Lloyd, Col. Hugh 291 

Locke, Joseph, 4 

Logan, Maj. Samuel, 88 

Loker, Capt. Isaac, 12 

Look, Capt. John, 175 

Loomis, Capt. Epaphras, 209 

Loomis, Sergt. Thomas, 90 

Lord, Jabez, 172 

Lothrop, Lieut. Col. Thomas, 221 

Love, Lieut. Robert, 308 

Lowes, Lieut. James, 27 

Lowrey, Col. Thomas 60, 319, 320 

Lowrey, William, 60 

Ludlow, Col. Cornelius, 107, 277, 278 

Lusk, David, 117 

Lj'-man, Elias, 70, 213 

Lynn, Capt. David, Jr., 344 

Lynn, Judge David, 344 



McAllister, Capt. Archibald, 118 

McAllister, Col. Richard, 117 

McCaine, Barnet, 44 

McCalla, David, 124 

MoClaughry, Andrew 171 

McClintock, William, 108 

McCollum, Ens. Daniel, 120 

McCoy, Capt. Garvin, 276 

McCrea, Col. John, 331 

McCune, Capt. William, 128 

MacDonald, Maj. Richard, 64 

McDowell, Ellen, 124 

McDowell, Ens. James, 193 



ROLL OF HONOR. 4'9 



McDowell, Judge John, '^'^ 

McDowell, Col. Samuel, 1^8, 203 

McDowell, Samuel, Jr., ~'*^ 

McDowell, William 124 

Mcllvaine, Lieut. George, .389 

McKie, James ^54 

McKinney, Lieut. John, ^^8 

McMichael, James, 345 

McRee. Col. John Griffith, 188 

Major, Lieut. Pea.'ock 1*8 

ManrhcKter Capt. Matthew ■ ■ 217 

Mandell, Maj. Moses 235 

Maudell, Col. Paul ~35 

■Mann, Dr Bezaleel 'i'8. SI 

Marean, Capt. William 304 

Tifarah, Corp. Judah, Jj-., 153 

Marshall, Capt. Humphrey 281 

Marshall, Col. Thomas 196, 301, 281 

Marshall, Capt. Thomas, Jr., 196, 201 

Marston, Lieut. John 287 

Martin, Betty 300 

Martin, Matthew, 300 

Martin, Capt. Peter 230 

Martin, Sally Clay 30r) 

Martling, Abraham, 332 

Mason, Col. David 6 

Mason, Samson, 273 

Massey, Sergt. Jonathan 43 

Mather, Sergt. Eleazar, M. D 136, 298 

Mathiot, Sergt. George 373, 275 

Maxham, Corp. Samuel 348 

Maxwell, Col. Hugh 73 

Maxivell, William, 35 

Mead, Moses, 203 

Mead. Thomas 322,333 

"Mi'.lbiirj, Kc'TiJaiiim 1S7 

Mellen. Lieut. Col. James, 71 

Meltlck. Aaron, 356 

Meloy, Edward 257 

Melvin, Abraham, 47 

Meredith, Eeese 243 

Meredith, Gen. Samuel, 242 

Merriam, Asaph, 317 

Merrill, Jesse 336 

Merrill, Capt. Samuel 336 

Merritt, Aaron 269 

Mersereau, Joshua 75 



..163, 105 



420 DAL-CHTEES OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Meuatfc, Capt. John. ^ 

Midler, Sergt. Christopher, 

Miller, Dr Benjamin, ' 

Miller, £noch, """ 

Miller, Capt. Joseph, ^^ 

Miller, Joseph, Jr., -^ 

Miller, Dr. Matthias Burnet *^ 

Mills, Capt. Joho ^^ 

Mills, Lieut. John ^"^ 

Miner, Capt. Benjamin 2** 

Minter, Morgan ^^'^ 

Mitchell, Jamea Mills. '^ 

Mitchell, Capt John. ^* 

Montage, Capt. Moses ^* 

Montagoie, ifa . Richard, 24 

Muntgomery Capt. James ''^'^ 

Montgomery, Lieut. James, ^^ 

MuntKoroery. Gen. William, 18' 

Moore, Capt. Daniel. 232 

Moore, Lieut. John *8 

Moore, Lieut. William, 339. 340 

More, John, '" 

Morehouse. Capl, Gershom 1'^ 

Morgan, Col. Jacob, 2^2 

Morgan, Capt. John '20 

Morgan, Theophilus 160 

Morris, Capt. Amos 39 

Morris, Capt. Amos 389 

Morris, Amos, Jr '9 

Morri.s, Hon. Lewis 123 

Morris, Col. Lewis ^^ 

Morris, Thomas 344, 2M 

Morse, Daniel, 331 

Morse, Elisha 13 

Moseley, Col. David, H. 133. 179. 179 

M,>seley, Capt. Joseph 72, '* 

Mnsher, Capt. John. 101 

Mos.s, Maj". Hugh 354, 353 

Molt. Col. Samuel 366 

Moullhrop, John 163 

Moulton. Benjamin 83 

Moiilton, Capt. Ebenezer 83 

Moulton. Col. Stephen S3 

Mowry. Col. Elisha 121 

Minlge. Joseph 8, 9 

Mudge. Joseph, Jr 8, 9 

Munro, Capt. Josiah, 307 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 421 



Munroe, Jedediah, 206 

Munsell, Hezekiah, 77 

Murray, Lieut. "Reuben, 105 

Muzzy, Lieut. William, 21 

Myers, Joseph, 53 



Nash, Capt. Thomas, 158 

Nelson, Gen. Roger, 133 

Neville, Gen. Joseph, 32, 33 

Newcomb, Bryant, 13 

Newcomb, Hezekiah, 359 

Newcomb, William, 329 

Newell, Capt. Ebenezer, 4 

Newton, Lieut. Marshall, 76 

Nichols, Fortunatus, 129 

Norris, Sergt. David, 328 

Norris, Maj. James, 237 

Norton, Ens. John, 287 

Norton, Capt. Nathaniel, 182, 183 

Norton, Maj. Peter, 50 

Norwood, Capt. John, 122 

Noyes, Bela, 47 

Nve, Ebenezer 367 



Oakley, Lieut. Samuel, 88 

Og-den, Hon. Lewis, 242 

Olds, Reuben, 26 

Olin, Judge Gideon, 251, 307 

Olmstead, Capt. David, 292 

Orth, Lieut. Adam, 115 

Oviatt, Samuel, 229 

Owen, Capt. Solomon, 169 



Packard, Abisha 90 

Packard, Capt. Jacob, 365 

Paige, Capt. Timothy, 239 

Palmer, Benjamin, 144 

Palmer, John 226 

Palmer, Capt. Joseph, 79 

Park, John 279 

Parke, Sergt. Daniel, 361, 362 

Parker, Caleb, 352 

Parker, Daniel, 138 

Parker, Samuel, 210 



422 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Parker, Stephen, 150, 151, 317 

Parker, William, 86 

Parmelee, James, 176 

Parsons, Corp. David, 110 

Parsons, Lemuel, 320 

Partridge, Jamies, 175 

Patch, Ephraim, Jr., 312 

Patterson, Ephraim, 113 

Patterson, John, 113 

Patterson, Robert, 235 

Patterson, Sergt. Samuel, 290 

Paulint, Capt. Antoine, 348 

Peck, Hiram, 253 

Peck, John, 253 

Peck, Capt. Loring, 303 

Peck, Moses, 139, 141 

Peck, Nathan, 172 

Peirce, Capt. Hayward, 209 

Peirce, Capt. Joseph, 232 

Pelton, Judge Benjamin, 214, 215 

Pendleton, Capt. Nathan, 18 

Penfield, Lieut. Col. John, 145 

Penfield, Samuel, 145 

Pensel, Henry, , 183 

Pepper, Capt. Benjamin, 129 

Perham, Ezekial, 181 

Perin, Sergt. Lemuel, 107 

Perkins, Capt. John, 260 

Perkins, Thomas, 219 

Perkins, Col. William Harding, 200 

Petrie, Lieut. John Marks, 76 

Pettibone, Lieut. Samuel, 92 

Phelon, Lieut. Joseph, 369 

Phelps, Azor, 22 

Phelps, Capt. David, 314 

Phelps, Eliphalet, 305 

Phelps, Erastus, 321 

Phillips, Hon. Samuel, 3 

Phillips, William 228 

Pickett, Capt. William, 271 

Pierce, Corp. Ephraim, 30 

Pierce, Col. Samuel, 126 

Pillsbury, Capt. Caleb, 354 

Pillsbury, Micajah, 354 

Pitts, James, 225 

Pitts, Samuel, 225 

Piatt, Capt. Jonathan, 102 



ROLL O^ HONOR. 423 



Piatt, Deacon Nathan, 320 

Piatt, Capt. Nathaniel, 52, 53, 247 

Piatt, Zephaniah, 52, 53, 247 

Plimpton, Sergt. Abner, 279 

Polk, Capt. Robert, 228 

Pomeroy, Rev. Benjamin, 1, 246 

Pomeroy, Sergt. Charles, 153 

Pond, Maj. Barnabas, 260 

Porter, Col. Andrew, 104, 288 

Porter, Chandler, 233 

Porter, David, 202 

Porter, James, 233 

Porter, Phineas, 358 

Porter, Robert, 104 

Potter, George, 85 

Potter, Jeremiah, 229, 230 

Potter, Lieut. John, 24 

Powell, Lieut. John, 226 

Powell, Lucas, 324 

Powell, Nathaniel, 324 

Pratt, Corp. Jasper, 349 

Pratt, Reuben, 141 

Preston, Amariah, 75 

Price, Elisha, 312 

Pritchard, Capt. Thomas, 305 

Provost, Jasper, 61 

Purviance, Robert, 51 

Putnam, Sergt. Benjamin, 223 

Putnam, Benjamin, Jr., 223 

Putnam, Capt. Daniel, 361 

Putnam, Capt. Josiah, 304, 305 

Putnam, Josiah, Jr., 304 



Quigley, Isaac, 67 

Quintard, Isaac, 42 



Randall, Corp. Nathaniel, 350 

Ranney, Comfort, 37I 

Ranney, Nathaniel, 371 

Ransom, Capt. Samuel, 57 

Raymond, Jonathan, 175 

Reading, Lieut. John, 66 

Redfield, Peleg, 85 

Reeder, John, 69 

Reed, Kitchel, 132 



424 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Keed, Sergt. Uriah, 215, 216 

Rhodes, Peter, 293 

Rice, Col. Asa, 70 

Rice, Sergt. Ezekiel, 143 

Rice, Joseph, 84 

Rice, Lieut. Seth, 22 

Rice, Capt. Sylvanus, 226 

Richards, Abiathar, 144 

Richards, Abiathar, Jr., 144 

Richardson, Timothy, 87 

Richardson, Capt. William, 168 

Richardson, Wyman, 171 

Riddle, Isaac, ,. 48 

Ring, Joseph, 359 

Ripley, Capt. Ralph, 94, 95, 260 

Rix, Sergt. Nathaniel, 216 

Robertson, William, 316 

Robinson, (-apt. Lieut. Christopher Champlin, 170, 171 

Robinson, Eleazer, 290 

Rockwell, Capt. Samuel, 180 

Rodney, Gen. Thomas, 164, 196 

Rogers, Lieut. Andrew, 28.> 

Rogers, Ichabod, Jr., 140, 142 

Rogers, Simeon, 257 

Root, ITon. Jesse, 342 

Ross, Robert 299 

Ross. Capt. Robert, 120 

Rowell, Samuel 218 

Rumsey, John, 98 

Rumsey, Moses, • 98 

Rupert, Lieut. Philip, 280, 281 

Rupf), John Jtmas, 182 

Russell, Corp. Jonathan, 144 

Russell, Corp. Robert Spotswood, 33,34 

Russell, Gen. William, 33, 34 

Rutherford, Col. Robert, 137 

Rutherford, ITon. Robert, 189 

Rj^no, John 368 



Sackett, Capt. Samuel, 89 

Saiford, Deacon Joseph, 280 

Saint Clair, Sergt. James, 328 

Sallade, John, ^ . , , 288 

Sammons, Lieut. Sampson, I94 

Sanders, Benjamin, 353 

Sanderson, Amazlah, 312 



ROLL OF HONOR. 4^5 



Saiiford, Rev. Da-rid 209, 210 

Saotord, Jeremiah 167 

Sargent, Joseph, 189 

Savage, Stephen, 252 

Sawtell, Nathan 191 

Sawyer, Lieut. Abner, Jr 216 

Sayles, WillUm 189 

Sclieiiolt. Hulpti 83 

Schoonmaker, Jlev. Martinus 54 

Schuyler Sergt- John, 253, 254 

Scott, Jamea 61, 64 

Seott, Capt. William, 61, 64 

Scudder, Lieut. Henry 251 

Scudder, Col. Nathaniel 357 

Seagrave, Capt. Edward, 279 

Sears, Holmes 161 

Seeley, Ebenezer 138 

Seeley, Capt. Nehemiah 361 

Seward, Silas 192 

Sexton. Jonathan 73 

Seymour, Capt. Daniel. Jr., 46 

Seymour, Sergt. James 331 

Seymour. Sergt. Samuel 98 

Seymour, Capt. Seth, 332 

Sharp, Capt. Thomas 300 

Shaw, William, 337 

Sheldon, Israel 70 

Sheldon, Ens. James 261 

Sheldon, Samuel, Jr 333 

Rhepard, Lieut. Ebenezer 28 

Shepard. Col. John, Jr 355 

Shepard. Cen. William 19 

Sherman, Sergt. T-emuel, 96 

Sherman. Hon. Roger 31 

Sherwood, Sergt. AJberl, 103, 104 

Sherwood, Samuel, 103, 104 

Simkins, Capt. Arthur 136, 296, 297 

Simpson, William 246 

Singleton, Capt. Authony 387 

Singleton, Thomas 295 

Skeele. Capt. Amos 30 

Skinner, Israel 255 

Skinner, Lieut. John 355 

Sleght, Petrna Janisen 364 

Sloan. Inrael, B8 

Slocomli, William 365 

Smith. Capt. .-Varon i 



426 DAUGHTERS O^ THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Smith, Aaron, Jr., 4 

Smith, Benjamin, 258 

Smith, Benjamin, 318 

Smith, Lieut. David, 262, 263 

Smith, Maj. Hezekiah, 229, 230 

Smith, Serg^. Jacob, 138 

Smith, Corp. Jonathan Warren, 3, 204 

Smith, Matthew, 162 

Smith, Remembrance, 91, 92 

Smith, Lieut. Samuel, 158 

Smith, Col. Samuel, 132 

Smith, Titus, 148 

Smith, Dr. William Hooker, 283, 358 

Smith, Capt. William Stirling, 126 

Snell, Peter, 265 

Snowden, Hon. Isaac, 283 

Snyder, Lieut. David, 327 

Somers, Joseph, 152 

Soule, James, 342 

Spalding, Dr. Asa, 147 

Spalding, John, 30, 260 

Spalding, Capt. Simon, 30, 260 

Spangler, John, 290 

Spencer, Jonathan, 265 

Spencer, Maj. Gen. Joseph, 365 

Sprague, Sergt. Samuel, 346 

Sprake, Corp. Samuel, 348 

Squier, Thomas, 59 

Stafford, Lieut. Amos, 259 

Stannard, Sergt. Samuel, 94, 95 

Starkey, Capt. Timothy, 141 

Starr, Sergt. Jesse, 246 

Starr, Sergt. Vine, 246 

Stearns, Lieut. Elijah, 39 

Steele, Capt. Bradford, 153, 155 

Steele, Bradford, Jr., 155 

Steele, Thomas, 254 

Sterling, Capt. Abi 'ah, 195 

Sterling, Maj. James, 247 

Stevens, Lieut. Ezra, 46 

Stevens, Jonathan, 207 

Stevens, Nathaniel, 208 

Stevens, Corp. Richard, 338 

Stiles, Caleb, 30 

Stiles, Capt. Jeremiah, 97 

Stockbridge, Corp. David, 317 

Stockbridge, Lieut. John, 35 



ROLL OP HONOR. 4^7 

Stone, Isaac "8 

Stone, Lieut. Jeremiah, 293 

Story, Sergt. Daniel, 319 

Story, JJr. EUslia 203 

Stout, Capt. Harmon, "6 

Stratton, Hezekiah 216 

Streeter, Corp. Barzillai, IJl 

Strong, Daniel, 127 

Strong:, Jonathan, 313 

Strong, Jonathan, Jr., 213 

Strong, Joseph, 19S 

Strong, Capt. Selah 167 

Stroud, Col. Jacob .'51, 250 

Stubblefield, Maj. George 271 

Stump, Daniel, 110 

Sutlief, John, 337 

Sweet, Jabez 204 

Sweeting-, Dr. Lewis, 256 

Sweeting, Sergt. Nathaniel 256 

Swetland, Benjamin 102 

Symmes, Judge John Cleves, 227 



Taft, Asa 338, 239 

Taft, Sergt. Jacob 379 

Taft, Silas 362 

Taft, Stephen 362 

Tainter, Benjamin 357 

Taintor, Corp. Medad 73 

Talbot, Capt. Isham 198 

Talcott, Lieut. William, 180 

Tallman, Col. Benjamin 293 

Taylor, Col. Isaac 291 

Taylor, Col. James 34 

Taylor, Jesse, 148 

Taylor, John 139 

Taylor, Jonathan 150 

Taylor, Lieut. Nathan, 146 

Taylor, Reuben, 26R 

Taylor, Lieut. Col. Richard 197 

Taylor, Maj. Robert, 368 

Taylor, Thomas, 160 

Teller, Pierre, 99 

Temple, Corp. John, 352 

Thomas, Hon. William, .■ 344 

Thomas, Adjt. William, Jr., 344 

Thompson, Nathaniel, 258 



428 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Thomson, Rev. James Hampden, 123, 136 

Thornton, Stephen, 294 

Tilden, Col. Daniel, 275 

Tilden, Lieut. John Bell, 133 

Tingey, Commodore Thomas, 244 

Todd, Capt. Asa, 101 

Todd, Judge Thomas, 31 

Tower, Jeduthan, 57 

Tower, Peter, 4 

Tower, Stephen, 4 

Townsend, Capt. Micah, 92 

Tracy, Gilbert, 87 

Tracy, Hezekiah, 96 

Tracy, Sergt. Rufus, 157 

Travis, Philip, 320 

Treat, James, 366 

Trezevant, Judge Theodore, 123, 136 

Trumbull, Lieut. Asaph, 263 

Turner, Lieut. Isaac, 250 

Tutt, Col. Richard 297 

Tuttle, Amos, 132 

Tuttle, Joseph, 27 

Tuttle, Josiah, 27 

Upham, Sergt. Jabez, 345 

Van Buskirk, Martin, 266 

Vail Bnskirk, Peter 360 

Van der Burgh, Capt. Henry, 28, 29 

Van der Burgh, Col. James, 73 

Vander Horst, Arnoldus, 128 

Van Derveer, John, 61, 62 

Van Deusen, Ens. Cornelius, 255 

Van Dyke, RulofFe, 68 

Van Harlingen, Edward M., 241 

Van Ness, Lieut. John, 358 

Van Rensselaer, Col. Henry L, 70 

Van Valken Burgh, Lieut. Bartholomew 298 

Van Vechten, Lieut. Anthony, 37 

Van Vorst, Johannes, 227 

Van Wart, Isaac, 55 

Van Wyck, Ma j. Richard, 243 

Varnum, Lieut. Ebenezer, 218 

Voorhees, Abraham, 277 

Voorhees, Hendrick, 62 

Voorhees, James, 276 



ROI.I. OF HONOR. 429 



AValker, Lieut. James, 17 

Walker, James, Jr., 1B5 

Walker, Capt. Joshua, 353 

Walker, Dr. Thomas, 197 

Wallis, Sergt. John, 330 

W ard, Caleb, » 41 

Ward, Caleb, Jr., 41 

Ward, Capt. James, 200, 201 

Ward, Gov. Samuel, 52, 293 

Ward, Lieut. Col. Samuel, Jr., 52 

Ward, Capt. William, 179 

Ware, Daniel, 4 

Ware, Josiah, 4 

Warner, Demas, 337 

Warner, Capt. Jonathan, 70 

Warner, John, 150 

Warner, John, Jr., 150 

Warren, Abraham, 236 

W^arren, Corp. Ephraim, 101 

Warren, William, 101 

Warren, Capt. William, 137 

Wasgatt, Davis, 270 

Watson, Capt. Michael, 297, 298 

Waug-h, Serg-t. Samuel, 300, 301 

Weaver, Benjamin, 175 

Webster, Lieut. Aaron, 156 

Webster, Sergt. Isaac, 182 

Webster, Capt. Noah, 160 

Weed, Sergt. Ananias, 81, 82 

W^eed, Capt. Elijah, 287 

Weed, Reuben, 360 

Weed, Lieut. Seth, 147, 148 

Weeks, Joseph, 134 

W^eidman, Lieut. John, 284 

Welch, Sergt. Hopestill 92 

Welles, Joseph, 152, 154 

Wells, Lieut. James, 105 

West, Ens. Peter, 187, 333 

Wetmore, Capt. John, 191 

Wheeler, Lieut. John, 134 

Wheelock, Lieut. Simeon, 279 

Whipple, I'^zra, 267 

Whipple, Capt. John, 240 

Whitcomb, William, 361 

White, Joshua, 134 

White, Maj. Moses, 304, 305 

White, Xehemiah, 91, 92 



430 DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTlOlSr. 

Whitehead, Lieut. John, 41 

Whitin, Hezekiah, 90 

Whiting, Allyn, 315 

Whiting, Col. Samuel, 322 

\Miiting, Dr. Samuel, 247 

Whitmore, Isaac, 354 

Whitney, Daniel, 86 

Whitney, Joseph, 213 

Whitney, Gen. Josiah, 238, 239, 349, 351 

Whitney, Josiah, Jr., 238, 239 

Whitney, Lieut. Samuel, 354 

Whittlesey, John, 160 

Wight, Dr. Aaron, 81 

Wilcox, Keuben, 192 

Wilder, Maj. David, 355 

Wilkinson, Lieut. Col. John, 65, 66 

Willey, Ens. Abraham, 145 

Willey, Allen, 145 

Williams, Lieut. John, 147 

Williams, Col. Joseph, 130 

Williams, Dr. Obadiah, 288 

Williams, Kufus, 316 

Williams, Capt. Veach, 90 

Williamson, Gen. Matthias, 242 

Williamson, Maj. Matthias, Jr., 242 

Wilson, Col. Benjamin, 231 

Wilson, James, 45 

Wilson, Mindart, 250 

Wilson, Peter, 60 

Wilson, Maj. Robert, 180, 183 

Winchester, Henry, 272 

Wisner, Hon. Henry, 329 

Witherspoon, Capt. .Tames, 125 

Witt, Daniel, 3 

Witter, Jonah, 366 

Wolcott, Elisha, 152, 154, 317 

Wolcott, Gen. Erastus, 1, 186, 246 

Wolcott, Samuel, 1, 186, 246 

Wood, Hon. Ephraim, 47 

Wood, Capt. John, 248, 250 

\V cod, Jonathan, 264 

Wood, Josiah, 184 

Woodbridge, Col. Howell, 103, 104 

Woodbridge, Hon. Jahleel, 332 

Woodward, Elias, 366 

W^oodward, Jonathan, 217 

Woodward, William, 274